Galileo Dual-Channel CBOC Receiver Processing under Limited Hardware Assumption

  title={Galileo Dual-Channel CBOC Receiver Processing under Limited Hardware Assumption},
  author={Elena Simona Lohan and Heikki Hurskainen},
Composite Binary Offset Carrier (CBOC) modulation is currently proposed for future Open Service (OS) Galileo signals in E1 frequency band. CBOC consists of a weighted sum or difference of two sine Binary Offset Carrier (BOC) waveforms: a sine BOC(1,1) and a sine BOC(6,1) component. The transmitted OS signal has both data and pilot channels. Data and pilot channels use slightly different modulation, namely CBOC(+) (i.e., weighted sum of BOC(1,1) and BOC(6,1)) and CBOC(-) (i.e., weighted… CONTINUE READING
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