Detection of RF interference to GPS using day-to-day C/No differences

Abstract

RF interference is a threat to systems that rely on GNSS signals. The carrier-to-noise-ratio (C/No) can be used for detecting interference but is a noisy measurement. The presented detection technique uses the fact that GPS satellites appear in the same place in the sky each sidereal day with similar C/No values except in the presence of interference… (More)

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@inproceedings{Thompson2010DetectionOR, title={Detection of RF interference to GPS using day-to-day C/No differences}, author={Ryan J. R. Thompson and Jinghui Wu and Asghar Tabatabaei Balaei and Andrew G. Dempster}, year={2010} }