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Development and validation of an OFDM/DVB-T sensor for positioning

Abstract : The use of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) for positioning has grown significantly in recent years thanks in particular to the development of several mass-market applications, such as car navigation or mobile positioning. Unfortunately, in difficult environments such as dense urban or indoor areas, GNSS exhibits degraded performances in terms of precision and availability. The use of signals of opportunity is one of the solutions to replace or assist GNSS in those environments. These signals are communication signals that are usually designed to provide a service in dense environment and can thus be used in location where GNSS is unavailable. Several commercial positioning services based on signals of opportunity already exist such as ROSUM with ATSC digital TV signals, or Skyhook with Wi-Fi signals
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Damien Serant, Olivier Julien, Christophe Macabiau, Paul Thevenon, Stéphane Corazza, et al.. Development and validation of an OFDM/DVB-T sensor for positioning. IEEE/ION PLANS 2010, Position Location and Navigation Symposium, May 2010, Indian Wells, United States. pp 988-1001, ⟨10.1109/PLANS.2010.5507273⟩. ⟨hal-01022200⟩



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