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Synthesis of an algorithm of space-time processing received satellite navigation signal and spoofing jamming
Alexander I. Perov, Sergey P. Ippolitov
National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute”,
Krasnokazarmennaya, 14, Moscow, 111250,
In the article, the theory of optimal filtering of information processes is used to synthesize an algorithm of space-time processing received satellite navigation signal and spoofing jamming. Equations of the optimal space-time filtering are cited. Statistical analysis results are presented that confirm performance of synthesized algorithm.
satellite navigation, spoofing jamming, optimal algorithm, tracking, space-time processing.
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Received in revised form: 20.03.2017
Alexander I. Perov, Sergey P. Ippolitov, “Synthesis of an algorithm of space-time processing received satellite navigation signal and spoofing jamming”, J. Sib. Fed. Univ. Math. Phys., 10:4 (2017), 429–442
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\paper Synthesis of an algorithm of space-time processing received satellite navigation signal and spoofing jamming
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