Kenneth M. Pesyna

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—A strategy known as Tightly-Coupled Opportunistic Navigation (TCON) is proposed for extending the penetration of GPS-assisted femtocells in weak-signal indoor environments. Standards and regulatory agencies impose strict time, frequency, and location requirements on femtocells. These can be met with GPS aiding to unparalleled time and positioning(More)
He is a member of the UT Radionavigation Laboratory and the Wireless Networking and Communications Group. His research interests lie in the area wireless communication and hybrid navigation. He is a member of the UT Radionavigation Laboratory. His research interests include estimation and filtering, control systems, intelligent autonomous systems (UAVs and(More)
—A technique is developed for reconstructing a continuous phase time history from the noncontinuous phase bursts of time division multiple access (TDMA) signals. A continuous phase time history facilitates exploitation of TDMA signals as signals of opportunity (SOPs) within an opportunistic navigation framework. Because of their widespread use and(More)
A carrier phase reconstruction technique is presented as an enabler for low-power centimeter-accurate mobile positioning. Reliable carrier phase reconstruction permits the duty cycling of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver whose outputs are used for precise carrier-phase differential GNSS (CDGNSS) positioning. Existing CDGNSS techniques(More)
Compressive sampling has a rich theoretical background in a number of fields from image processing to medical imaging to geophysical data analysis. In this paper we explore compressive sampling from the perspective of classic array processing. We derive a basis appropriate for reconstructing multichannel data which is sparsely sampled from a uniform linear(More)
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