Vijaykumar Bellad

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In traditional GNSS receiver architectures, the receiver normally acquires the visible satellite signals and keeps tracking them throughout their availability. Although this approach is perfectly viable for reliable and accurate positioning in most applications, tracking all satellites in view throughout the receiver power-on duration results in a(More)
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 discusses(More)
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