WAAS/EGNOS/MSAS reference station locations?

Discussion in 'Global Navigation Satellite Systems' started by Ken, Dec 16, 2003.

  1. Ken

    Ken Guest

    Does anyone know of a site that lists the approximate lat/long/alt of the
    reference stations for WAAS and EGNOS and MSAS? I'm trying to set up a
    simulation using all three SBAS.

    BTW, Is China's Beidou SBAS or GNSS? I don't see how 2 SV's could come up
    with a closed position solution, unless they're using ground sites or
    GPS/Glonass?

    Ken




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    Dave Patton Guest

    "Ken" <> wrote in
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    > Does anyone know of a site that lists the approximate lat/long/alt of
    > the reference stations for WAAS and EGNOS and MSAS?


    The FAA's NSTB(National Satellite Test Bed) site might have the WAAS info:
    http://www.nstb.tc.faa.gov/

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    Sam Wormley Guest

    Ken wrote:
    >
    > Does anyone know of a site that lists the approximate lat/long/alt of the
    > reference stations for WAAS and EGNOS and MSAS? I'm trying to set up a
    > simulation using all three SBAS.
    >
    > BTW, Is China's Beidou SBAS or GNSS? I don't see how 2 SV's could come up
    > with a closed position solution, unless they're using ground sites or
    > GPS/Glonass?
    >
    > Ken


    http://waas.stanford.edu/tour.html
    http://edu-observatory.org/gps/waas-coverage2.gif

    -Sam Wormley
    http://edu-observatory.org/gps/dgps.html
     
    Sam Wormley, Dec 17, 2003
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    Mike Guest

    > Ken wrote:
    > >
    > > Does anyone know of a site that lists the approximate lat/long/alt of the
    > > reference stations for WAAS and EGNOS and MSAS? I'm trying to set up a
    > > simulation using all three SBAS.
    > >
    > > BTW, Is China's Beidou SBAS or GNSS? I don't see how 2 SV's could come up
    > > with a closed position solution, unless they're using ground sites or
    > > GPS/Glonass?
    > >
    > > Ken

    >
    > http://waas.stanford.edu/tour.html
    > http://edu-observatory.org/gps/waas-coverage2.gif
    >
    > -Sam Wormley
    > http://edu-observatory.org/gps/dgps.html


    Ken

    These were from a posting to this newsgroup in Sept 2001

    Code Site Lon Lat Alt
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ZAB Albuquerque -106.5673475368 35.1735762261 1620.1641576458
    ZTL Atlanta -84.2970682415 33.3796802987 259.4918462150
    BIL Billings -108.5368866282 45.8037702511 1100.0534045221
    ZBW Boston -71.4804230545 42.7357197639 39.1584001388
    ZOB Cleveland -82.2064419137 41.2971542375 223.7531593880
    ZHU Houston -95.3314241671 29.9618965091 11.0956380619
    ZLA Los Angeles -118.0838912110 34.6035173841 763.5680973120
    ZMA Miami -80.3191881149 25.8246118406 -7.5296207136
    ZMP Minneapolis -93.1520823185 44.6374636110 262.7505944185
    ZOA Oakland -122.0159424117 37.5430523174 -3.4534090320
    ZSE Seattle -122.1883707376 47.2869943071 82.1655520452
    ZDC Washington -77.5427438206 39.1015953641 80.1296593761

    ZAN Anchorage -149.7802462893 61.2292040968 80.6859324742
    ZAU Chicago -88.3313338289 41.7826581091 195.9639547095
    ZFW Fort Worth -97.0664696907 32.8306500520 155.7019141885
    ZDV Denver -105.1272217281 40.1873041741 1541.4258017363
    HNL Honolulu -157.9208191886 21.3129860897 24.7104455912
    ZJX Jacksonville -81.9081829857 30.6988592204 2.1824244633
    ZKC Kansas City -94.7908310978 38.8801597652 305.9699064568
    ZME Memphis -89.9553677425 35.0673940545 68.6659017345
    ZNY New York -73.0971629219 40.7843278792 6.5077754436
    ZLC Salt Lake City -111.9521752701 40.7860445570 1287.3517410336
    ZSU San Juan -65.9934758913 18.4313370234 -28.5411094483
    ZNU Juneau -134.5857039408 58.3625764555 15.9607483251
    CDB Cold Bay -162.7183150174 55.2005378429 48.7058956232

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    Mike, Dec 17, 2003
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