|Abstract:||Current standardization activities in the aeronautical community are paving the way to using multifrequency multiconstellation GNSS as a primary means of aircraft navigation. The increase in the number of satellites from different constellations as well as the increasing use of multiple frequency GNSS receivers promise improvements in the achievable accuracy in GNSS positioning. The effects of receiver antennas shall be investigated because of the stronger impact of possible imperfections on the overall error budget for multifrequency combinations. The scope of this paper is to show the possibility of properly modeling and indeed characterizing the antenna-induced GNSS pseudorange errors, through simulations and electromagnetic measurement. An insight into antenna characteristics giving rise to such errors will be given, by analyzing the impact of the feeding technique on the achievable pattern uniformity and hence on antenna-related pseudorange errors. The technique is then validated through GNSS field measurement.|
|Published in:||NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 66, Number 1|
|Pages:||99 - 116|
|Cite this article:||
Caizzone, Stefano, Circiu, Mihaela-Simona, Elmarissi, Wahid, Enneking, Christoph, Felux, Michael, Yinusa, Kazeem, "Antenna influence on Global Navigation Satellite System pseudorange performance for future aeronautics multifrequency standardization", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 66, No. 1,
2019, pp. 99-116.
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