Workshop 2017

Signal tracking analysis of (non) multi frequency GNSS antennas

July 4, 2017 • 1019 Views

Workshop 2017 - Huisman Huisman - The availability of new GNSSs and the desire to track as many GNSS signals as possible requires modern multi-frequency GNSS antennas. While the capabilities of GNSS receivers to track specific signals are usually clear, the capabilities of antennas to track specific signals is less well understood, in particular for legacy antennas. In this poster we analyze the capability of several antennas currently in use in the Netherlands to track the GPS L1/L2/L5, Galileo E1/E5a/E5b and BeiDou B1/B2 frequencies. In our analysis we looked at the number of observations and signal strengths collected by various combinations of receivers and antennas. Our analysis shows similarities and differences between receiver and antenna combinations.

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