The influence of sampling period of precision point positioning (PPP) of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) on tide accuracy was studied by using GNSS receiver to collect observation data on marine mobile platform. Different data sets were extracted at periods of 30 s, 60 s, 90 s and 120 s, and dynamic processing was carried out with Trip software to obtain the coordinates of each measuring period. The tide level measurement results of two receivers at four sampling periods were compared respectively, and the standard deviation was used as the evaluation index of accuracy. The results show that the shorter the sampling period, the higher the precision of PPP tide test. When the sampling period is shortened to 60 s, the change is no longer obvious. The sampling period gradually decreases from 120 s to 90 s, 60 s and 30 s, and the accuracy increases by 63.0%, 60.4% and 10.0%, respectively. In addition, the difference of PPP accuracy between BDS/GPS/GLONASS three-system combination GNSS and GPS/GLONASS dual-system combination GNSS is compared. At the sampling periods of 30 s, 60 s, 90 s and 120 s, the PPP tide test accuracy of the three-system combination is 88.9%, 90.4%, 78.7% and 44.7% higher than that of the dual-system combination, respectively.

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