Session B6: Frontiers of GNSS


Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Time: 1:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Cypress

Session Chairs:
Dr. Ilaria Martini
'European Commission, Germany
Dr. Jason Rife
Tufts University

Abstracts are listed alphabetically. Once the peer review of the full technical papers is complete, abstracts will be assigned to a presentation or alternate status.

An Optimized and Payload Achievable Multiplexing Design Technique for GNSS Signals: Jiayi Zhang, Zheng Yao, Junjie Ma and Mingquan Lu, Tsinghua University, China
BeiDou Signal Acquisition based on a New Double Block Zero-padding Method: Shan Xu, Falin Wu, Chenghao Geng, Beihang University, P.R. China
Determination of Pseudorange Error Models and Multipath Characterization under Signal-Degraded Scenarios: Kasia Gibson, German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Northeastern University; Daniel Medina, Ralf Ziebold, DLR, Germany; Pau Closas, Northeastern University, USA
Galileo Open Service Time Performance: Amale Kanj, Jérôme Delporte, Norbert Suard, Bernard Bonhoure, Centre National d’Études Spatiales, CNES, France; Pascale Defraigne, Royal Observatory of Belgium
Multi-Frequency Precise Point Positioning using GPS and Galileo Data with Smoothed Ionospheric Corrections: Francesco Basile, Terry Moore, Chris Hill, Nottingham Geospatial Institute, University of Nottingham, UK; Gary McGraw and Andrew Johnson, Rockwell Collins
Multiplex Modulation Techniques for a Navigation Constellation Simulator: Philipp Neumaier, Markus Bochenko, Andreas Blumenschein, Nikolas Hansen, Josef Lex, Sowmyashree Lakshmaiah
New Solutions to Reduce the Time-To-CED and to Improve the CED Robustness of the Galileo I/NAV Message: Lorenzo Ortega Espluga, TéSA, France; Charly Poulliat, Marie-Laure Boucheret, ENSEEIHT, France; Marion Aubault, CNES, France; Hanaa Al bitar, Thales Alenia Space, France
Pre- and Post-Correlation Methods for Acquisition of New GNSS Signals with Secondary Code: Jiri Svaton, Frantisek Vejrazka, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Use of SBAS Corrections with Local-Area Monitoring for Railway Guidance and Control Applications: Pietro Salvatori and Cosimo Stallo; RadioLabs, Italy; Sam Pullen, Sherman Lo, and Per Enge; Stanford University, USA