USRP-Based Software-Defined GPS Receiver
Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation (ION) 2011 International Technical Meeting (ITM)
San Diego, CA.
Source of Publication
Proceedings of the 2011 International Technical Meeting of The Institute of Navigation
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.
Elizabeth A. Thompson, N. Clem, I. Renninger, and T. Loos (2011).
USRP-Based Software-Defined GPS Receiver. Proceedings of the 2011 International Technical Meeting of The Institute of Navigation.Presented at Proceedings of the Institute of Navigation (ION) 2011 International Technical Meeting (ITM), San Diego, CA..