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Unformatted text preview: EEL 6935 Electronic Navigation Systems Course Syllabus (Peliminary mostly correct version) January 5, 2004 Instructor: Eric Sutton Office: Graduate Engineering & Research Center (GERC), Shalimar, FL, Room 137 Phone: (850) 833 9350 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Homepage: http://www.ecsutton.ece.ufl.edu/ Office hours: TBD T/A: Hyun-chong Cho Office: TBD E-mail: email@example.com Office hours: TBD Meeting time: Tuesday 3:00-4:55, Thursday 4:05-4:55 Meeting place: NEB ??? Textbook: P. Misra and P. Enge, Global Positioning System: Signals, Mea- surements, and Performance, Hall Street Press, 2001, ISBN 0970954409. References: M. Kayton and W. R. Fried, Avionics Navigation Systems, Wiley & Sons, 1997, ISBN 0471547956. E. Kaplan, Understanding GPS Principles and Applications, Artech House, 1996, ISBN 0890067937. Send me an e-mail Send me an e-mail with the subject heading, Add me to ENS e-mail list. It is essential that you get on the e-mail list and read your e-mail regularly. Also, you should check the class web page, referenced from my home page above, regularly. Vital information will be posted on the web page, such as handouts, assignments, and due dates. Course prerequisites EEL 5544, Noise in Linear Systems, and EEL 5701, Foundations of Digital Signal Processing. Proficiency in Matlab programming. 1 Course content Navigation is the determination of location with respect to an external refer- ence system. Navigation is distinct from control and guidance in that long term accuracy is emphasized. Most modern navigation systems use a combination of inertial components and/or the global positioning system (GPS). Applicationsinertial components and/or the global positioning system (GPS)....
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