Propagation modelling of GPS signals

Hannah, Bruce M., Kubik, Kurt K. T. and Walker, Rodney A. (1999) Propagation modelling of GPS signals. Schriftenreihe der Institute des Studiengangs Geodäsie und Geoinformatik [Technical Reports Department of Geodesy and GeoInformatics], 6: 137-150.


Author Hannah, Bruce M.
Kubik, Kurt K. T.
Walker, Rodney A.
Title Propagation modelling of GPS signals
Journal name Schriftenreihe der Institute des Studiengangs Geodäsie und Geoinformatik [Technical Reports Department of Geodesy and GeoInformatics]
ISSN 0933-2839
Publication date 1999-10
Sub-type Article (original research)
Issue 6
Start page 137
End page 150
Total pages 14
Editor Friedhelm Krumm
Volker S. Schwarze
Place of publication Stuttgart, Germany
Publisher Universität Stuttgart Geodätisches Institut [Institute of Geodesy, Stuttgart University]
Collection year 1999
Language eng
Subject C3
240499 Optical Physics not elsewhere classified
671301 Broadcasting equipment
Formatted abstract
It has been previously shown that the Parabolic Equation (PE) technique is well suited to solving GPS propagation problems over large domains. This paper presents the results of a modified model, which includes the effects of backscatter and provides time-domain representation of the propagated GPS signal. Results are presented for various difficult GPS propagation environments, including the determination of the Multipath Channel Impulse Response (MCIR) from the PE.
Q-Index Code C3
Additional Notes Special Issue: "Quo vadis geodesia ...? Festschrift for Erik W. Grafarend on the occasion of his 60th birthday."

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