Compatibility of Galileo E1 signals with the Radio-Astronomy band 9

Abstract : The current Galileo E1 signal is located in the L-band at the central frequency 1575.42 MHz. Although the useful bandwidth is 32 MHz, its total spectral width is 40.92 MHz, including the secondary lobes, the upper part of its transmitting band being at 1595.88 MHz.
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Olivier Julien, Jean-Luc Issler. Compatibility of Galileo E1 signals with the Radio-Astronomy band 9. GNSS SIGNAL 2008, 3rd Workshop on GALILEO Signals and Signal Processing, Apr 2008, Toulouse, France. ⟨hal-01022140⟩

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