Kutubuddin Ansari

My research interests involve the collection of high-precision Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) data in the field and processing the raw data using GNSS Analysis at MIT and Global Kalman Filter (GAMIT-GLOBK) software. Mathematical modelling has been carried out to model the GNSS positioning and navigation system through ANSYS, MATLAB and C++ computational packages. These GNSS data were expected to help in calculating transformation parameter and barycentric coordinates from local datum to International Terrestrial Reference Frame (ITRF). The study also concerned about the active deformation to improve our understanding of the earthquake fault system and climate modeling of study areas.

Preliminary Observation Of GNSS Data From Turkey Used To Estimate Ionospheric Total Electron Content

The ionosphere is an important atmospheric layer, lies between 100 to 1000 km above the Earth, is the greatest source of error for high-precision global navigation satellite system (GNSS) positioning. This error is measured in terms of total electron content (TEC) and […]