Title: Multi-radio Integrated Navigation System M&S Software Design for GNSS Back-up
Author(s): Junhak Lee, Heyone Kim, Dong-Hwan Hwang, Sang Heon Oh, Hyoungmin So
Published in: Proceedings of IEEE/ION PLANS 2018
April 23 - 26, 2018
Hyatt Regency Hotel
Monterey, CA
Pages: 1026 - 1033
Cite this article: Lee, Junhak, Kim, Heyone, Hwang, Dong-Hwan, Oh, Sang Heon, So, Hyoungmin, "Multi-radio Integrated Navigation System M&S Software Design for GNSS Back-up," Proceedings of IEEE/ION PLANS 2018, Monterey, CA, April 2018, pp. 1026-1033.
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Abstract: When GNSS is not available or navigation performance is severely degraded due to jamming and/or spoofing, other available radio navigation systems can be used in order to have a required navigation performance. Before realtime radio navigation systems are deployed, their operations are checked through an M&S software to save cost and time. When the multi-radio integrated navigation system M&S is configured with independent function modules, it is easy to modify and/or to add other function modules. In this paper, an M&S message broker based software design method is proposed. In the proposed design method, the software is divided into function modules. Messages between function modules are exchanged through a message broker. Each function module can be independently operated due to the message broker. An M&S message broker based software is designed for a multiradio integrated navigation system using the proposed design method. To show feasibility of the proposed design method, an M&S software is implemented for 31 GPS satellites, 7 KPS satellites and 5 eLoran stations. The software is programmed in Visual C++ under the Windows 10 operation system. Performance of the navigation systems is evaluated in the M&S software.