Markus Rothacher spends much of his time researching Global Positioning System, Geodesy, Satellite, Remote sensing and GNSS applications. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Global Positioning System and Environmental science via his papers. His Geodetic datum study, which is part of a larger body of work in Geodesy, is frequently linked to Position, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Gravity, International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service, Phase center and European Combined Geodetic Network in addition to Satellite. His Remote sensing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Telecommunications, Global network and Computation. His study in the fields of Precise Point Positioning under the domain of GNSS applications overlaps with other disciplines such as Reliability, Mode and Repeatability.
Markus Rothacher mostly deals with Geodesy, Global Positioning System, Remote sensing, Satellite and Geodetic datum. His study in Geodesy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both GNSS applications, Orbit determination and Gravitational field. The concepts of his Orbit determination study are interwoven with issues in Kinematics and Ambiguity resolution.
Markus Rothacher carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Global Positioning System and Environmental science. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Satellite and Orbit. His Geodetic datum research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Terrestrial reference frame, International Terrestrial Reference System, European Combined Geodetic Network, Polar motion and Space.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geodesy, Global Positioning System, GNSS applications, Remote sensing and Environmental science. In the field of Geodesy, his study on Very-long-baseline interferometry overlaps with subjects such as Earth. His work on Precise Point Positioning as part of his general Global Positioning System study is frequently connected to Waveform, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His research in GNSS applications intersects with topics in Phase center, Broadband, Ionosphere and Sensor fusion. Markus Rothacher has included themes like Payload, Terrestrial reference frame, Satellite, Orbit determination and GLONASS in his Remote sensing study. His Satellite research incorporates elements of Track and Linear combination.
His primary scientific interests are in Geodesy, Global Positioning System, GNSS applications, Aerospace engineering and Environmental science. His Geodesy study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Radio spectrum. Markus Rothacher specializes in Global Positioning System, namely Precise Point Positioning.
The various areas that Markus Rothacher examines in his GNSS applications study include Robot, Phase center, Antenna and Microwave. His work on CubeSat and Highly elliptical orbit as part of general Aerospace engineering research is often related to Realization, thus linking different fields of science. His Occultation research integrates issues from Geodetic datum and Remote sensing.
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Resolution of GPS carrier-phase ambiguities in Precise Point Positioning (PPP) with daily observations
M. Ge;G. Gendt;M. Rothacher;C. Shi.
Journal of Geodesy (2008)
Bernese GPS Software, Version 4.2
U. Hugentobler;S. Schaer;P. Fridez;G. Beutler.
Generation of a consistent absolute phase-center correction model for GPS receiver and satellite antennas
Ralf Schmid;Peter Steigenberger;Gerd Gendt;Maorong Ge.
Journal of Geodesy (2007)
The International GPS Service (IGS): An interdisciplinary service in support of Earth sciences
G. Beutler;M. Rothacher;S. Schaer;T.A. Springer.
Advances in Space Research (1999)
Extended orbit modeling techniques at the CODE processing center of the international GPS service for geodynamics (IGS): theory and initial results.
G. Beutler;E. Brockmann;W. Gurtner;U. Hugentobler.
manuscripta geodaetica (1994)
Reprocessing of a global GPS network
P. Steigenberger;M. Rothacher;R. Dietrich;M. Fritsche.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
A New Solar Radiation Pressure Model for GPS Satellites
T. A. Springer;G. Beutler;M. Rothacher.
Gps Solutions (1999)
Impact of higher‐order ionospheric terms on GPS estimates
M. Fritsche;R. Dietrich;C. Knöfel;A. Rülke.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Absolute phase center corrections of satellite and receiver antennas
Ralf Schmid;Markus Rothacher;Daniela Thaller;Peter Steigenberger.
Gps Solutions (2005)
EIGEN-GL05C - A new global combined high-resolution GRACE-based gravity field model of the GFZ-GRGS cooperation
Christoph Förste;Frank Flechtner;R. Schmidt;R. Stubenvoll.
General Assembly European Geosciences Union (Vienna, Austria 2008) (2008)
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