Kenneth M. Pesyna

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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 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)
—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)
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