International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications

About Us
Editorial Board

Online Publication

Review Process
Publication Ethics

Call For Papers

Call for Research Paper


Online Submission
Paper Submission Guidelines
Online Publication Charge
Print Publication Charge
How to publish research paper
Publication Certificate
Research Catalogue


Join Reviewer Panel
Reviewer Guidelines

IJSRP Publications

Print Journal


IJSRP Paper Format

Contact Us

Feedback Form
Contact Us
Site Map

IJSRP, Volume 8, Issue 10, October 2018 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]

      Oluyori, P. D., Ono, M. N. and Eteje, S. O.

Abstract: Consistency is an important characteristic in height systems which the mean sea level (msl) surface cannot guarantee. Only a geoid surface can provide height consistency. The quality of geoid undulation (N) will obviously affect the resulting orthometric height (H) determined from GNSS. The geoid undulation may be global, regional/national and local. Online software CSRS-PPP was used for post processing rinex data. N^EGM2008was computed from AllTrans EGM2008 geoid calculator while h was used to compute N^GPS from the relationship N= h-H. H is the existing orthometric height. Twenty-four controls with FCT 260 P as base reference station were used for this study. The computed standard deviation of differences inN^GPS- N^EGM2008 (σ) is used as accuracy indicator and σ

[Reference this Paper]   [BACK]

Ooops! It appears you don't have a PDF plugin for this barrPostingser. you can click here to download the PDF file.

Reference this Research Paper (copy & paste below code):

Oluyori, P. D., Ono, M. N. and Eteje, S. O. (2018); Computations of Geoid Undulation from Comparison of GNSS/Levelling with EGM 2008 for Geodetic Applications; International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP) 8(10) (ISSN: 2250-3153), DOI:



About Us
Editorial Board
Call for Paper

Call for Research Paper
Paper Status
IJSRP Paper Format
Join Us

Download e-journal
Join Forum
Invite Friends
Get Social with Us!

Copyright © 2011-2021, IJSRP Inc., All rights reserved.