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# Geodetic instruments 2

Code Completion Credits Range Language
155GEP2 Z,ZK 5 2P+2C Czech
Garant předmětu:
Zdeněk Vyskočil
Lecturer:
Zdeněk Vyskočil
Tutor:
Jan Holešovský, Zdeněk Vyskočil
Supervisor:
Department of Geomatics
Synopsis:

The subject aims at the principles of operation of electro-optical geodetic instruments (rangefinders, theodolites, laser instruments) and other instruments used in landsurveying - gyrotheodolite, GNSS. From a practical point of view, the subject is oriented towards working with GNSS and the subsequent processing of measurements.

Requirements:

Credit: - Active participation in all exercises.

Examination: Written and oral.

Syllabus of lectures:

Distance measurement, electro-magnethic waves.

Physical background of electro-optical rangefinders. Polarization, modulation, interpherence.

Electro-optical rangefinders, pulse, phase rangefinder.

Components of a light range finder.

EDM (Electronic distance measurement) - accuracy, calibration.

Physical correction, mathematical reduction.

GNSS - introduction

GNSS - technology

Electronic angle measurement, automatic aiming, automatic focusing.

Lasers, laser devices, laser scanner.

Gyrotheodolite, laser scanner, digital leveling device.

Searching for underground objects.

Communication via serial port.

Syllabus of tutorials:

Range finder EOK2000

Gyrotheodolite

Physical and mathematical reductions

Code GNSS receivers - measurement and processing

Geodetic GNSS receivers - measurement and processing

Individual project - processing of phase GNSS measurement

Study Objective:

The student will understand the principles of operation of electro-optical geodetic instruments, understand GNSS technology and be able to use the instruments practically.

Study materials:

[1] F.Deumlich, R.Staiger: Instrumentenkunde der Vermessungstechnik, Wichmann 2002, ISBN-10: 3879073058

[2] E.D.Kaplan, Ch.Hegarty : Understanding GPS: Principles and Applications, 1996, ISBN-13: 978-1580538947,

[3] Pratap Misra: Global positioning system, ISBN-13: 978-0970954428, 2001, ISBN-10: 0970954425

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