CAA Paper 2003/09: GPS Integrity and Potential Impact on Aviation Safety

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Reference:CAA Paper 2003/09
Title:GPS Integrity and Potential Impact on Aviation Safety
Description:This report is the culmination of a study of the level of safety as measured by the integrity (i.e. trustworthiness), afforded by the Global Positioning System as a source of navigation data for civil aircraft. The study presents a number of augmentation methods which have been shown to have the potential to satisfy the required navigation performance requirements for all phases of flight.
Review Comment:None
Date:April 2004
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