Antonino Calcagno

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In this paper, we present a low-power RF front-end designed for L1/E1 GPS/Galileo, implemented on 65 nm CMOS technology. It draws 16mA on external voltage supply of 1.2V, with power consumption of less than 20mW. The chip could work also at 1.8V using a low dropout regulator embedded in the chip. The device integrates a high performance low noise amplifier,(More)
In this dissertation a methodology for the integration of a navigation system with an automatic video surveillance system for the localization outdoor is presented. The core of this thesis is to support the video surveillance system using together a GPS receiver to improve and enforce (case of optical occlusions) the localization in a particular area of(More)
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