Interference Effects on a Multi-GNSS Receiver On-Board a CubeSat in LEO
Austin McKibben, Ryan McKnight, Brian C. Peters, Zachary Arnett and Sabrina Ugazio, Ohio University
Date/Time: Thursday, Sep. 14, 8:57 a.m.
Given the increasing number of critical applications relying on GNSS, GNSS spectrum monitoring is becoming more and more crucial. Monitoring from low Earth orbit (LEO) has been investigated, and interference-source geolocalization has been demonstrated. In this paper, results are shown from the Bobcat-1 CubeSat mission which recorded multi-GNSS measurements but was not optimized for spectrum monitoring. The analysis of signal power metrics performed in this work suggests that non ad-hoc GNSS measurements from LEO could be exploited for GNSS spectrum monitoring.
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