Session B4a: Trends in Future Satellite Navigation Technology, System Design and Development


Date: Thursday, September 23, 2021
Time: 1:45 p.m. - 3:25 p.m.
In-Person presenters in this session may provide pre-recorded presentations for viewing by registered attendees.

Session Chairs

Dr. Takeyasu Sakai
ENRI, Japan

Dr. Kirsten Strandjord
University of Colorado, Boulder

Track Chair

Ernesto Etienne
Federal Aviation Administration

In-Person Presentations
These presentations will be given in-person at the conference. Presenters have the option of providing a pre-recorded presentation for on-demand viewing by virtual attendees.
1. Quasi-Pilot Signal Design – Facilitating New Signal Processing Concepts: Stefan Wallner, Jose Antonio Garcia-Molina, Jörg Hahn, Gustavo Lopez Risueno, ESA, Netherlands
2. Monitoring and Performance Assessment of GNSS Inter-constellation Timescale Biases: Yoaz Bar-Sever, Robert Meyer, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology; Kannan Muthuraman, Zoltan Biacs, Qualcomm
3. A High-Level RF Compatibility Analysis for KPS Signal Design: Subin Lee, Kahee Han, Jong-Hoon Won, Electrical Engineering, Inha University, South Korea
Virtual Presentations
Pre-recorded presentations will become available for viewing by registered attendees on Wednesday, September 22.
  A New Approach for ISL Processing in the GNSS Orbit and Clock Determination to Reach a New Level of Accuracy : P. F. Navarro, C. Moreno, J. Fernández, F. J. Sobrero, GMV, Spain
  Modified CEMIC Scheme for Multiplexing Signals Over Single Frequency Band : Vijay Singh Bhadouria, Dhaval J. Upadhyay, Parimal J. Majithiya, Subhash Chandra Bera, Space Applications Centre, Indian Space Research Organization, India
  New Thoughts on Clock Technology for Future GNSS satellites : Frank Czopek, Frank Czopek Consulting
  Ranging and Demodulation Performance of QZSS L1C Signal in Forest/Urban Environments : Taro Suzuki, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan; Yuki Ichikawa, Akira Komine, AISAN TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd., Japan; Kiyoshi Takejima, Chubu University, Japan; Shigeru Matsuoka, Satellite Positioning Research and Application Center (SPAC), Japan; Kyohei Akiyama, Jun Matsumoto, National Space Policy Secretariat, Cabinet Office, Japan;