Session C5: Modernized and Emerging GNSS


Date: Thursday, February 1, 2018
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Ballroom E

Session Chairs:
Martin Johansson
European Space Agency, The Netherlands
Ken Alexander
Federal Aviation Administration

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1. Galileo System Status, Performance Metrics and Results: G. Galluzzo, R. Lucas Rodriguez, R. Morgan-Owen, S. Binda, D. Blonski, P. Crosta, F. Gonzalez, J. Molina Garcia, X. Otero, N. Sirikan, M. Spangenberg, E. Spinelli, R. Swinden, S. Wallner, European Space Agency-ESTEC, The Netherlands
2. New Solutions on the Design of a Galileo Acquisition-Aiding Signal to Improve the TTFF and the Sensitivity: Lorenzo Ortega Espluga, TéSA, France; Charly Poulliat, Marie-Laure Boucheret, ENSEEIHT, France; Marion Aubault, CNES, France; Hanaa Al Bitar, Thales Alenia Space, France
3. An Open Source BDS-3 B1C/B2a SDR Receiver: Yafeng Li, Beijing Institute of Technology, China & University of Colorado at Boulder, USA; Nagaraj C. Shivaramaiah and Dennis M. Akos, University of Colorado at Boulder
4. Development of the Stanford GNSS Navigation Testbed for Distributed Space Systems: Vincent Giralo and Simone D'Amico, Space Rendezvous Lab, Stanford University
5. Characterization of Phase and Amplitude Quantization Effects in a Direct Digital Synthesis-based Waveform Generator for Future Software-Defined GPS Payloads: Pranav R. Patel, Sanjeev Gunawardena, Richard K. Martin, Air Force Institute of Technology
6. Dynamic Power Allocation with Constant Envelope Transmission for Next Generation Software-Defined GPS Payloads: Seeley Pentecost and Sanjeev Gunawardena, School of Engineering and Management, Air Force Institute of Technology
1. Rapid Synchronization for Spread Spectrum Communication System: Kerry Frohling, Iris Technology