Jacek Stefanski

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The article focuses on performance of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers in environment where intentional interference is present. First part is a general description of the GNSS systems. Secondly, types of positioning service disturbances are specified. Next, a scheme of measurement setup, which is used to evaluate the influence of(More)
This paper presents two methods for detection DS CDMA signals hidden in the noise are described. The proposed methods are based on analysis of an averaged spectrum of the signal and an averaged spectrum of signal raised to the power 2<sup>n</sup>. These methods are difficult to use when narrowband signals are presented in an analysing frequency band.(More)
At present the most popular navigation system in the world is Global Positioning System (GPS). As it is managed by the Department of Defence of the U.S.A., there is always the risk of the occasional inaccuracies or deliberate insertion of errors, therefore this system can not be used by secret services or armies of countries other than the U.S.A. This(More)
Since first travels by land or sea, it was necessary to determine position in an unknown environment. At the beginning methods were simple. They were based on the observation of characteristic points, in the case of shipping additional observations of the coastline. Then came a navigation based on astronomical methods (astronavigation). At the beginning of(More)
The concept of wireless system of threats monitoring with self-organizing network of multipurpose data transfer nodes are presented. Two practical applications of this system are also presented. The first of these is the Global Wireless Monitoring System for Containers, and the second is the Mobile Monitoring System for Gas Air Pollution Measurements.
Nowadays the accuracy of existing location methods in networks is insufficient, particularly in emergency calls. Modification of chosen algorithm parameters leads to improvement of the accuracy of an MS position estimation. The most important parameter, which decides on location accuracy of an MS, is a true value of distance between a mobile station and a(More)