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Research article 01 Oct 2021

Research article | 01 Oct 2021

A new zenith hydrostatic delay model for real-time retrievals of GNSS-PWV

Longjiang Li et al.

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The zenith hydrostatic delay (ZHD) derived from blind models are of low accuracy, especially in mid- and high-latitude regions. To address this issue, the ratio of the ZHD to zenith total delay (ZTD) is firstly investigated; then, based on the relationship between the ZHD and ZTD, a new ZHD model was developed using the back propagation artificial neural network (BP-ANN) method which took the ZTD as an input variable. The model outperforms blind models.