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Jamming Effects of GPS L1 C/A Signal by Knife-Edge Diffraction Loss at Seoul Metropolitan Northwestern Region
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 Title & Authors
Jamming Effects of GPS L1 C/A Signal by Knife-Edge Diffraction Loss at Seoul Metropolitan Northwestern Region
Yoo, Seungsoo; Kim, Sun Yong;
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 Abstract
This study discusses the multiple knife-edge diffraction loss with the receiver and jammer located in the Seoul metropolitan northwestern region. The considered positioning and jamming signals are the GPS L1 C/A signal and several jamming signals such as the wideband Gaussian noise, matched spectrum, and continuous wave signals. To calculate the accurate diffraction effects, the 3-dimensional topography data at the Seoul metropolitan northwestern region was used.
 Keywords
GPS;multiple knife-edge model;diffraction loss;jamming;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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신호 이격도에 따른 빔 제어 알고리즘 성능 분석,윤선희;오종찬;김준오;남주훈;최상욱;안재민;

한국통신학회논문지, 2014. vol.39C. 11, pp.1023-1030 crossref(new window)
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