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Local Cartesian NED to geodetic

`[lat,lon,h] = ned2geodetic(xNorth,yEast,zDown,lat0,lon0,h0,spheroid)`

`[___] = ned2geodetic(___,angleUnit)`

`[`

)
returns geodetic coordinates corresponding to coordinates `lat`

,`lon`

,`h`

]
= ned2geodetic(`xNorth`

,`yEast`

,`zDown`

,`lat0`

,`lon0`

,`h0`

,`spheroid`

)`xNorth`

, `yEast`

, `zDown`

in
a local north-east-down (NED) Cartesian system. Any of the first six
numeric input arguments can be scalar, even when the others are nonscalar;
but all nonscalar numeric arguments must match in size.

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