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—This paper summarizes the main results obtained during the development of an Enhanced Precise Point Positioning (EPPP) Global Navigation Satellite Systems multifrequency user algorithm. The main innovations include the application of precise ionospheric corrections to facilitate the resolution of undifferenced carrier phase ambiguities, ambiguity(More)
This paper focuses the attention on the problem of Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) mitigation in the framework of GNSS. The paper concentrates on interference mitigation algorithms to be applied within the digital part of a GNSS receiver. The first part of the paper focuses on the mitigation of RFI based on Wavelets. The theoretical fundamentals of the(More)
The aim of this paper is to present an acquisition strategy for Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals exploiting aiding information provided by GNSS receivers in a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) positioning system. This work sheds light on the benefits of sharing information regarding the received satellite signal power: the Carrier-to-Noise density ratio(More)
A new diagram for SBAS integrity validation is presented in this paper. The proposed concept is a modification of the well known Stanford plot, where a 2D histogram shows the relationship of position errors against protection levels for a set of measurements using an all in view satellite selection. The method consists on a new representation (known here as(More)
The E5 and E6 bands, which will be used by Galileo, will have to be shared with many ground-based applications in the aeronautical, communications and military domains. It becomes crucial to evaluate the effects of interference from terrestrial sources on the performance of GNSS Receivers. In order to solve this issue, the data recording in different(More)
The " ROADSCANNER " project addresses the need for increased accuracy and integrity Digital Maps (DM) utilizing the latest developments in GNSS, in order to provide the required datasets for novel applications, such as navigation based Safety Applications, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Digital Automotive Simulations. The activity covered in(More)
This paper considers the possibility to exploit external altitude measurements to improve the performance of a Kalman based GNSS receiver. The altitude measurements are provided by means of a peer to peer network, that is supposed to be based on the evolution of the 802.11 standard for the vehicular environment, namely the WAVE (802.11p). The performance of(More)