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Ubiquitous Positioning, Navigation and Timing for Location Based Services

  1. None-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) signals denote Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals received indirectly from satellites and could result in unacceptable positioning errors. To meet the high mission-crit...

    Authors: Lintong Li, Mireille Elhajj, Yuxiang Feng and Washington Yotto Ochieng
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:12
  2. To improve the accuracy of the Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) based quadrotor aircraft localization, a Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter aided with an integration of the predictive model and Extreme Learning Machine...

    Authors: Yuan Xu, Dong Wan, Shuhui Bi, Hang Guo and Yuan Zhuang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:2
  3. To achieve higher automation level of vehicles defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers, safety is a key requirement affecting navigation accuracy. We apply Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) as a main ...

    Authors: Kaiwei Chiang, Yuting Chiu, Surachet Srinara and Menglun Tsai
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:3
  4. The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System provides accurate positioning service to the users within and around India, extending up to 1500 km. However, when a receiver encounters a Continuous Wave Interf...

    Authors: Jacob Silva Lorraine Kambham and Madhu Ramarakula
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:21
  5. Multipath interference seriously degrades the performance of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning in an urban canyon. Most current multipath mitigation algorithms suffer from heavy computation...

    Authors: Wenqi Qiu, Qinghua Zeng, Rui Xu, Jianye Liu, Jinheng Shi and Qian Meng
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:14