Aperture Jitter Effects in Software Radio GNSS Receivers

  title={Aperture Jitter Effects in Software Radio GNSS Receivers},
  author={Andrew G. Dempster},
Increasingly, software radio techniques are being used in the implementation of communications receivers in general, and GNSS receivers in particular. In such a receiver, the received signal is sampled as close to the receive antenna as possible, and all subsequent processing uses digital signal processing (DSP) techniques. The sampling clock will suffer from phase noise instabilities, leading to a phenomenon known as aperture jitter. This paper examines the effects of aperture jitter for a… CONTINUE READING


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