Acquisition concepts for Galileo BOC(2,2) signals in consideration of hardware limitations

@article{Fischer2004AcquisitionCF,
  title={Acquisition concepts for Galileo BOC(2,2) signals in consideration of hardware limitations},
  author={Simon Fischer and A. Gu{\'e}rin and Steve M Berberich},
  journal={2004 IEEE 59th Vehicular Technology Conference. VTC 2004-Spring (IEEE Cat. No.04CH37514)},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={2852-2856 Vol.5}
}
Considering space-borne navigation signal receivers, the performance of these receivers, like acquisition time, tracking performance and accuracy of the navigation solution is of importance; however, due to power and weight restrictions on a satellite the complexity of the receiver has to be low. An approach which processes the two sidebands of the navigation signal separately was proposed for receivers which have to acquire the modernized GPS BOC(10,5) or BOC(14,2) signals. For the acquisition… CONTINUE READING

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