Tracking L1 C/A and L2C Signals through Ionospheric Scintillations

@inproceedings{Psiaki2007TrackingLC,
  title={Tracking L1 C/A and L2C Signals through Ionospheric Scintillations},
  author={Mark L. Psiaki and Todd E. Humphreys and Alessandro P. Cerruti and Steven P. Powell},
  year={2007}
}
Phase-lock loops are being developed and tested for robust tracking of the GPS L1 C/A and L2C CL signals through strong ionospheric scintillations. This work is part of an effort to design robust dual-frequency scintillation monitors that exploit the characteristics of the new civilian signals which are appearing on the GPS L2 frequency. Three new features increase L2 carrier tracking robustness in comparison to current civilian dual-frequency GPS receivers. The first feature is open access to… CONTINUE READING

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