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Papers Published at GC-CPE 2013
All 7 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
37.Cnf-505 Mrs. Besat Jafarian
Prof. Nasser Yazdani
Universal B-tree Based Packet Classification(UB-PC)
37.Cnf-512 Dr. Alia Zakriti
Dr. Naima Amar Touhami
Mr. Mohamed Lamsali
Dr. Mohamed Essaidi
Improvement of Band-Width Performance of Hairpin Band-Pass Filter Using Defected Ground Structures
37.Cnf-522 Mr. Pedro M. Figueiredo E Silva
Prof. José Sanguino
Ms. Teresa Ferreira
Prof. Antonio Rodrigues
Using Predicted Doppler Measurements for Positioning in Urban Environments
37.Cnf-523 Mr. Khaled Eshteiwi
Prof. Reza Soleymani
Performance Analysis of Amplify-and-Forward Cooperative Networks with Best Relay Selection
37.Cnf-533 Dr. Labib Daloub
Challenges of Smart Grid Transformation in Libya and North Africa Region Region
37.Cnf-537 Mr. Gunnar Wahlgren
Mr. Khalid Bencherifa
Dr. Stewart Kowalski
A Framework for selecting IT Security Risk Management Methods based on ISO27005
37.Cnf-542 Mr. Yuichi Kato
Prof. Takehiko Kobayashi
Dr. Tomoaki Toda
Dr. Atsushi Tomiki
Prof. Kenichi Kagoshima

Prototype of an X/Ka Dual-Band Primary Radiatop for Satellite-Borne Cassegrain Antennas
37.Cnf-522 Paper View Page
Title Using Predicted Doppler Measurements for Positioning in Urban Environments
Authors Mr. Pedro M. Figueiredo E Silva, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Lisbon, Portugal
Prof. José Sanguino, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Lisbon, Portugal
Ms. Teresa Ferreira, GMV, ,
Prof. Antonio Rodrigues, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Lisbon, Portugal
Abstract With the proliferation of global navigation satellite system (GNSS) enabled devices it has become more common for people to use not only for car navigation but as well for personal navigation inside urban canyons. These environments are more difficult for GNSS devices as the stronger multipath and reduced sky visibility place a toll on the system’s performance. The geometry of the constellation can have a negative impact on the solution, especially if the satellites seen and locked are all concentrated in a region of the sky, something quite prone to happen under these kind of environments. Losing a satellite can result in a significant increase of the dilution of precision (DOP), which quantifies the geometry impact on the solution. This change in the DOP can lead to several metres of error in the reported position. Therefore, if predicted measurements can be provided in order to mitigate this effect, the reported solution is improved. For techniques that rely on carrier phase measurement information another concern is the presence of cycle slips due to the higher noise level in the observations. This effect has negative impacts on the system’s performance and it must be detected and, if possible, corrected. This paper aims to provide a mechanism that relies on predicted Doppler measurements in order to perform data regeneration under rough conditions as well as cycle slip detection and correction.
Track MAP: Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation
Conference 6th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (MIC-CPE 2013)
Congress 2013 Global Congress on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (GC-CPE 2013), 1-3 February 2013, Kenitra, Morocco
Pages 11-16
Topics Earth-Space Communications
Wave Propagation
ISSN 2227-331X
BibTeX @inproceedings{522CPE2013,
title={Using Predicted Doppler Measurements for Positioning in Urban Environments},
author={Pedro M. Figueiredo E Silva, and José Sanguino, and Teresa Ferreira, and Antonio Rodrigues},
booktitle={2013 Global Congress on Communications, Propagation, and Electronics (GC-CPE 2013)},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
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