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An Unambiguous Correlation Function to Improve Tracking Performance for Binary Offset Carrier Signals
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An Unambiguous Correlation Function to Improve Tracking Performance for Binary Offset Carrier Signals
Woo, Sunghyuk; Chae, Keunhong; Lee, Seong Ro; Yoon, Seokho;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose an unambiguous correlation function to improve tracking performance for binary offset carrier (BOC) signals. Specifically, we divide a BOC sub-carrier into multiple rectangular pulses, and analyze that the BOC autocorrelation function is made up of the sum of several partial correlation functions. Then, we obtain two sub-correlation functions by combining two partial correlation functions and propose a novel unambiguous correlation function with no side-peak which can be regulated its width based on the combination of the sub-correlation functions and partial correlation functions. From numerical results, it is confirmed that the proposed correlation function provides a tracking performance improvement over the conventional correlation functions in terms of the tracking error standard deviation.
 Keywords
global navigation satellite system (GNSS);binary offset carrier (BOC);side-peak;signal tracking;unambiguous correlation function;tracking error standard deviation (TESD);
 Language
Korean
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