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Acquisition Scheme for a High Sensitivity Assisted GPS Receiver Considering Application Scenarios

@inproceedings{Fan2009AcquisitionSF,
  title={Acquisition Scheme for a High Sensitivity Assisted GPS Receiver Considering Application Scenarios},
  author={Chunming Fan and Zhixing Liu and Shoichiro Asano and Kimihiko Ueno and Xingqun Zhan},
  year={2009}
}
Automatic location identification is required for emergency calls in Japan and many other countries. We proposed a fast acquisition scheme for an assisted GPS (AGPS) architecture that is based on a timing-synchronized mobile network. In this paper, the system construction considerations are discussed and analyzed for fast acquisition scheme. 

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