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2018/2019

Satellite navigation systems

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AE0M37DUP Z,ZK 4 2+2L
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Department of Radioelectronics
Synopsis:

Existing, future and past radio satellite navigation systems. Course is addressed to students without knowledge of radio engineering. Attention is paid to measurements and practical tasks in laboratory and to experimental receiver programming.

Requirements:

see moodle.kme.fel.cvut.cz

Syllabus of lectures:

1.Satellite radio navigation systems, principles.

2.Precision.

3.GPS I - constellation, signals.

4.GPS II - services including NAVWAR.

5.GLONASS - constellation, signals and frequencies.

6.Galileo I - constellation, signals and frequencies.

7.Galileo II - precision, multifrequency measurements.

8.Galileo III - modulations and transferred data, pilot signals and their meaning.

9.COMPASS system.

10.Signal receptiion in hard conditions, indoor navigation. Augmented and assisted systems.

11.Systems QZSS, MSAS, GAGAN, EGNOS, WAAS.

12.Systems modernization, and supposed precision.

13.Systems applications, precision, WGS 84-.

14.Overview of past systems: Transit, Tschayka, Rexstar, 601.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. Delay measurement in radio engineering.

2. Correlation function, equation, realization, finite integration problem.

3. Ranging signals.

4. Signals for Doppler measurements.

5. Correlation function of Gold codes.

6. FEC, Hamming codes.

7. Position computation algorithm. Linearization of position equations.

8. Position determination precision - range precision.

9. Position determination precision - direction cosines matrix and DOP.

10. Precision of time measurement, time information transfer.

11. Experimental receiver programming.

12. Experimental receiver programming.

13. Measurements in open air, hard conditions reception.

Study Objective:

Presenting problems related to satellite navigation.

Study materials:

1. Parkinson, B.W., Spilker, R.J. Global positiioning system: AIAA, 1996

2. Misra, P., Enge, P. Global Positioning system: Ganga- Jamuna Press, 2004

3. Petrovski. I.: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou for Mobile Devices: From Instant to Precise Positioning 1st Edition, Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (May 31, 2014), ISBN: 1107035848

Note:
Further information:
No time-table has been prepared for this course
The course is a part of the following study plans:
Data valid to 2019-05-20
For updated information see http://bilakniha.cvut.cz/en/predmet12793504.html