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Phase Center Variations in Adaptive GNSS Antenna Arrays

@inproceedings{Konovaltsev2008PhaseCV,
  title={Phase Center Variations in Adaptive GNSS Antenna Arrays},
  author={Andriy Konovaltsev and Lukasz Greda and Marcos V. T. Heckler and Achim Hornbostel},
  year={2008}
}
  • Andriy Konovaltsev, Lukasz Greda, +1 author Achim Hornbostel
  • Published 2008
  • Engineering
  • Adaptive antennas with digital beamforming is a promising technology for mitigation of radio interference and multipath effects in GNSS receivers. It is however well known that adaptive antennas may introduce biases in the pseudo-range and carrier phase measurements of a GNSS receiver. This effect can be interpreted as the deviation of the array phase centre from its nominal position. Since beamforming is the process of complex weighting of array outputs, the introduced code and carrier biases… CONTINUE READING

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