Session F2: Advanced Software and Hardware Technologies for GNSS Receivers


Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Time: 1:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
In-Person presenters in this session provide pre-recorded presentations for viewing by registered attendees on Wednesday, September 13.

Session Chairs

Dr. Yu (Joy) Jiao

Dr. Roohollah Parvizi
Hemisphere GNSS

Track Chair

Dr. Seebany Datta-Barua
Illinois Institute of Technology

In-Person Presentations
These presentations will be given in-person at the conference. Presenters will provide a pre-recorded presentation for on-demand viewing by virtual attendees.
1:50 Future GNSS Acquisition Strategies and Algorithms : Nicholas Spens, Anna Cismaru, Dennis Akos, University of Colorado Boulder
2:12 Bicomplex Kalman Filter Tracking for GNSS Meta-Signals : Daniele Borio, European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Melania Susi, Topcon Positioning Systems Inc.
2:35 Weiss-Weinstein Bound of Frequency Error Considering von Mises Distribution as Prior for Very Weak GNSS Signals : Xin Zhang, Xingqun Zhan, School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
2:58 A New GNSS Ambiguity Resolution Method Through Mixed Integer Non-Linear Programming : Hongmin Zhang, Weisong Wen and Li-Ta Hsu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
3:25 - 3:55, Break. Refreshments in Exhibit Hall
4:00 Blind Estimation of Starlink LEO Satellites Downlink Signal Structure : Haitham Kanj, Sharbel Kozhaya, and Zak (Zaher) M. Kassas; The Ohio State University
4:23 Configurable Multi-band GNSS Receiver and Antenna for Robust Handheld Devices : Santiago Urquijo, Fabio Garzia, Alexander Popugaev, Alexander Rügamer, Wolfgang Felber, Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS
4:46 Fully Reconfigurable Lab-scale Testbed for Assistance of New Satellite Navigation System Developments : Young-Jin Song, ByungHyun Choi, Subin Lee, Jong-Hoon Won, Autonomous Navigation Lab., Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Inha University
5:08 In-Situ Calibration of Antenna Arrays for Improved Spatial Signal Processing using In-Space GNSS Signals : Tobias Bamberg, German Aerospace Center (DLR) & Chair of Navigation, RWTH Aachen University; L. Kurz, A. Konovaltsev, DLR; M. Meurer, DLR & Chair of Navigation, RWTH Aachen University
Alternate Presentations
Alternate presentations may be given in-person at the conference if other authors are unable to present. Alternate Presenters will provide a pre-recorded presentation for on-demand viewing by virtual attendees.
1. Galileo-SDR-SIM: An Open-Source Tool for Generating Galileo Satellite Signals : Harshad Sathaye, Maryam Motallebighomi, Aanjhan Ranganathan, Northeastern University
2. Development of Kalman Filter-Based Software Receiver for QZSS L6 and Galileo E6-B Signals : Cheng-Wei Wang, Shau-Shiun Jan, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, National Cheng Kung University
3. Evaluation of Actual Performance of PPP Positioning in Urban Areas Using Pocket-SDR : Tomohiro Ozeki, Nobuaki Kubo, Tomoji Takasu,Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology; Taro Suzuki, Chiba Institute of Technology;Takuji Ebinuma, Chubu University
4. Digital Twin Platform for BDS-3 Satellite Navigation Using Digital Twin Intelligent Visualization Technology : Rundong Li, Peng Wu, Junfeng Zhang, Zhipeng Ren, Chen Yang, Jiahui Gan, Lu Feng, Haibo Tong, Xuemei Xiao, Yuying Chen, College of Electronic Communication and Electrical Engineering, Changsha University
Virtual Presentations
Pre-recorded presentations will become available for viewing by registered attendees on Wednesday, September 13.
  Analysis of Correlation Loss for MBOC Signals : Divyang Arora, ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network, ISRO, Bengaluru, India, Pravin Patidar, Space Applications Center, ISRO, Ahmedabad, India
  Dynamic Carrier Tap Selection (DyCaTS): A Novel Approach for GPS M-Code Pull-in : Ryan S. Cassel, Lawrence Elentukh, Shawn D. Miller, The MITRE Corporation
  High Order DPLL for High Order Doppler Dynamics Tracking : Sébastien ROCHE, Thales Alenia Space France

Free Time in Exhibit Hall • 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.