Achievable positioning accuracies in a network of GNSS by Dabove, Paolo; Manzino, Ambrogio; De Agostino, Mattia

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2010) use this approach for Galileo E1 OS signal acquisition. Essentially, for the channel combining acquisition approach (common or different frequencies), in each involved channel, an acquisition strategy belonging to either the stand-alone or the external-aiding approach is performed. Then the acquisition outputs from all the channels are combined in different ways. In Section 6, the joint data/pilot acquisition strategies for Galileo E1 OS signal is introduced as an example for this approach.

Therefore, the values of Gm , f¯dm in (6) are constant for all m ∈ [0, M − 1]. The signal component AiS of an arbitrary span-i (Ai ) in (35) can be represented as AiS|τ, with fd = M ∑ G2 e j2πi f d Tint (37) m =i f d = f d1 = ... = f d M √ G = G1 = ... = G M = 2C R[τ ]sinc( (38) f d Tint ) For the GDC technique, substituting (37) into (36), SGDC is computed SGDC = | D |2 = M −1 ∑ 2 G2 e j2πi f d Tint (39) i =1 Equation (39) shows that the residual carrier phase is still present in the dGDC . This fact causes an unpredictable loss, which depends on the specific value of f d .

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