Brian Breitsch and Jade Morton, University of Colorado, Boulder

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This work discusses the processing of data from the CU SeNSe Lab Haleakala Mountaintop GNSS reflectometry experiment. Ocean-reflected GPS signals in the L1, L2, and L5 bands are collected and tracked using an open-loop model. Correlator I/Q outputs are processed in an attempt to extract carrier phase. The initial results suggest that it may not be possible to extract coherent phase from ocean-reflected signals in this particular mountaintop setup.