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Use of the GPS Doppler measurements requires knowledge of the velocity of the satellite That issue is addressed in this section C41 Equations from Ephemeris
Equations for the satellite position as a function of time are shown in Table C2 The satellite velocity can be computed as the derivative of the satellite position as summarized in Table C5 Ek k uk rk k X Yk
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