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Analysis of non ambiguous BOC signal acquisition performance Acquisition

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The Binary Offset Carrier planned for future GNSS signal, including several GALILEO Signals as well as GPS M-code, presents a high degree of spectral separation from conventional signals. It also greatly improves positioning accuracy and enhances multipath rejection. However, with such a modulation, the acquisition process is made more complex. Specific techniques must be employed in order to avoid unacceptable errors. This paper assesses the performance of three method allowing to acquire and track BOC signal unambiguously : The Bump-jumping technique, The "BPSK-like" technique and the subcarrier Phase cancellation technique.

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hal-04039004 , version 1 (21-03-2023)

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Vincent Heiries, Daniel Roviras, Lionel Ries, Vincent Calmettes. Analysis of non ambiguous BOC signal acquisition performance Acquisition. ION 2004, Institute of Navigation (ION), Sep 2004, Long Beach, CA, United States. pp.2611-2622. ⟨hal-04039004⟩
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