GPS Meteorology

GPS meteorology refers to the use of the effect of the atmosphere on the propagation of the Global Positioning System's (GPS) radio signals to derive information on the state of the (lower, neutral) atmosphere.

There are currently two main operational techniques in use in GPS meteorology: GPS limb sounding from orbit, and GPS water vapour monitoring.

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GPS Meteorology - GPS Limb Sounding From Orbit
... on a low flying satellite the signals from the much higher orbiting (20 000 km) GPS satellite constellation ... As the low flying satellite orbits the Earth in 1.5 hours, many of the GPS satellites will "rise" and "set" during the time of the orbit ... Satellites involved in GPS limb sounding have been METSAT, OERSTED (Danish), and several others ...