Achievable positioning accuracies in a network of GNSS by Dabove, Paolo; Manzino, Ambrogio; De Agostino, Mattia

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The modified CM code is obtained from the original CM code with every alternative sample being zero padded to account for the TM structure. e. Tint = 20 ms. Nevertheless, it provides M partial correlation results with Tint = l ms as in Fig. 7. It can be thought of as the partial acquisition process using M different local codes of 1-ms length. , R M have the same sign. Therefore, the differential combination can be used among these M outputs without any loss from the data transition effect. These M correlator outputs are then directed to Post Correlation Signal Processing Block, which contains 3 differential combination solutions, namely CDC, GDC and MGDC, as presented in Section 4.

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