Telecom I+D01 - Diseño de software del receptor para las señales de Galileo (Telecom I+D01 - Software Receiver Design for Galileo Signals)

Roberto de Lezaeta Collazos (rdlezaeta@gmail.com), Ramón Martinez Rodriguez-Osorio (ramon@gr.ssr.upm.es)


Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: April 2010
Volume: 8,   Issue: 2 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
The article presents a new concept of softwarebased GNSS receivers because of its advantages in flexibility and possibility of reconfiguration. The aim is to develop a receiver for navigation signals of the Galileo system testbed, the Giove-A and Giove-B. The receiver must be able to acquire, track and demodulate signals "BOC" system. For this test different techniques, both in the acquisition and follow-up. Also developed a configurable signal generator for testing and a graphical user interface to manage the receiver easily. The results show that the signals can be acquired successfully with a front-end narrowband GPS and conventional algorithms. Similarly, you can track and demodulate the data channel signal (E1B) using the BOCPRN configuration.

Index Terms:
Galileo, GNSS receivers, GAEDUNAV.   


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