Software-Defined GPS Receiver on USRP-Platform
Journal of Network and Computer Applications
Academic Press Ltd
Place of Publication
A non-real-time GPS software-defined radio was designed, built, and tested using the Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) platform. A hardware front-end to receive the GPS signal and downconvert it to an intermediate frequency was also implemented. Subsequently, the system was used to acquire and process real GPS data to demonstrate the capability of the design.
GPS software-defined radio; USRP; Hardware implementation; GNU radio software; Linux (Ubuntu) platform; Acquisition and tracking of satellites
Elizabeth A. Thompson, Nathan Clem, Isaac Renninger, and Timothy Loos (2012).
Software-Defined GPS Receiver on USRP-Platform. Journal of Network and Computer Applications.35 (4), 1352-1360. London, UK: Academic Press Ltd.