Optimal Pulsing Schemes for Galileo Pseudolite Signals

@inproceedings{Abt2008OptimalPS,
  title={Optimal Pulsing Schemes for Galileo Pseudolite Signals},
  author={Tin Lian Abt and Francis Soualle},
  year={2008}
}
Galileo, the European Satellite Navigation System, is currently under development. Even before first satellites of the constellation are launched, Galileo signals will be provided through ground based Navigation Signal Generators for the investigation of signal performance and characteristics. Currently various projects are ongoing to develop these Galileo pseudolites (pseudo satellites). Since pseudolites are part of the Galileo system architecture namely as “Local Elements” it is expected… CONTINUE READING

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