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Modernization of Maritime DGPS in Poland
1 Maritime Office in Gdynia, Gdynia, Poland
ABSTRACT: Some new techniques and functionality adopted for modernization of national DGPS systems by maritime administrations in Europe are presented. Any solution adopted must meet international requirements: IMO standards and IALA e-NAV Committee recommendations. The results of DGPS Re-capitalization Meeting in Gdynia 2008 are presented. Modernization and re-engineering of maritime DGPS must take into account backward compatibility with existing onboard receivers as well as future trends towards e-Navigation. Operational and legal status of the Polish DGPS network is also mentioned in this context.
REFERENCES
IALA Working paper of e-NAV Committee, e-NAV5-13-07 “IALA DGNSS Modernisation”, 2008.
N. Ward, Paper for ENC GNSS 2006, “Options for Re-engineering Maritime DGNSS”.
IALA Recommendation R-135, “On The Future of DGNSS”, Edition 2, December 2008.
IALA Recommendation R-121, “Recommendation on the Performance and Monitoring of DGNSS Services in the Frequency Band 283.5 – 325 kHz”, December 2004.
Citation note:
Dziewicki M.: Modernization of Maritime DGPS in Poland. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 39-42, 2009

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