GNGTS 2023 - Atti del 41° Convegno Nazionale

Session 3.3 ______ ___ GNGTS 2023 Finally we present the results of an experiment, in which we match in parallel a dual-frequency low-cost receiver with two high-price geodetic instruments, all connected to the same geodetic antenna. We select the North-East Italy as testing area, and we process the data together with the observations coming from a network of GNSS permanent stations operating in this region. The results indicate that mm-order precision can be achieved by cost-effective GNSS receivers, while the results in terms of time series are largely comparable to those obtained using high-price geodetic receivers (Tunini et al., 2022). This research was supported by OGS internal funds. References Zuliani, D.; Tunini, L.; Severin, M.; Bertoni, M.; Ponton, C.; Parolai, S. (2022-a) LZER0: A Cost-Effective Multi-Purpose GNSS Platform. Sensors, 22, 8314. Zuliani, D.; Tunini, L.; Di Traglia, F.; Chersich, M.; Curone, D. (2022-b) Cost-Effective, Single-Frequency GPS Network as a Tool for Landslide Monitoring, Sensors, 22, 3526. Tunini, L., Zuliani, D., Magrin, A. (2022), Applicability of Cost-Effective GNSS Sensors for Crustal Deformation Studies, Sensors, no. 1: 350. ​ David Zuliani,