The following table represents two references station coordinates in LLH. The numbers to the immediate left of the units (m) represents the standard deviation of the particular position component.
The following table represents two references station coordinates in LLH. The numbers to the immediate left of the units (m) represents the standard deviation of the particular position component.

 DATE: 03-20-06-MON TEST IMES: 11:00-14:00 L, REF FRAME ITRF00 (EPOCH:2006.2158) RINEX FILE: N01032006.06O (REF1 Location) LAT: 28 30 38.98754 0.004(m) W LONG: 80 47 57.31607 0.114(m) EL HGT: -18.912(m) 0.116(m) ORTHO HGT: 10.688(m) 0.119(m) [Geoid03 NAVD88] RINEX FILE: N1332006.06O (REF13 Location) LAT: 28 30 39.56043 0.002(m) W LONG: 80 47 57.55434 0.071(m) EL HGT: -18.948(m) 0.021(m) ORTHO HGT: 10.652(m) 0.032(m) [Geoid03 NAVD88]

Use the appropriate conversions to answer the following questions.

1. (5 pts) What town and state are these locations in?
2. (5 pts) Find a Google map (or similar) view of the locations and print (and save to file for your future use.)
3. (10 pts) Calculate the REF01 locations in ECEF Coordinates.
4. (10 pts) Calculate the REF13 locations in ECEF Coordinates.
5. (10 pts) What are the ENU distances from REF13 to REF01 in meters?
6. (5 pts) What is the slant range from REF13 to REF01 in meters?
7. (10 pts) are the relative azimuth and elevation angles from REF13 to REF01?
8. (15 pts) Verify you conversions by independent means. These could be from other sources; if so, reference code in Matlab®. Provide code, results, and references.
9. (5 pts) What is the undulation at REF01 location?
10. (5 pts) What is the undulation at REF13 location?
11. (20 pts) If a 10 meter pole was added to the REF01 location, what is its new LLH and ECEF location, and its new ENU position from the REF13 location?