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He has over 17 years of experience with various navigation research areas including satellite-based navigation, GNSS software receiver development, inertial navigation, reliability analysis and dead-reckoning sensor integration. He is also registered as a professional engineer in the province of Alberta, Canada. Professor Gérard Lachapelle holds a Canada… (More)
A case of spontaneous thoracic type of acquired lung hernia in a diabetic obese patient is presented in this report. The patient has been on conservative medical therapy for the last six months.
—Intermittent tracking or cyclic tracking is a common method used in modern Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers to conserve power. It is critical for receivers in battery-operated devices like wearables, smartphones and handheld devices. These devices are often used in degraded or weak signal environments such as indoors. This paper… (More)