An Acquisition Scheme Based on a Matched Filter for Novel Communication and Navigation Fusion Signals
AbstractIn order to enhance the positioning capability of terrestrial networks, a novel communication and navigation fusion signal is proposed. The novel signal multiplexes the communication and navigation signal in the same frequency band, and the navigation system is superimposed on the original communication system. However, the application of pseudorandom noise (PRN) sequences in the navigation system is limited by the communication clock period. Taking the application of PRN sequences limited by the clock period as objects, the present study analyzes truncated PRN (TPRN) sequences. PRN sequences with a TPRN sequence as the navigation signal can overcome the communication system clock period limitation. Then, a matched filter algorithm with double detection (MFADD) is proposed to acquire the novel signal. The matched filter method is applied to the proposed algorithm to determine the start code phase of TPRN. Monte Carlo simulations and real data tests demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm for the designed signal. View Full-Text
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Deng, Z.; Mo, J.; Jia, B.; Bian, X. An Acquisition Scheme Based on a Matched Filter for Novel Communication and Navigation Fusion Signals. Sensors 2017, 17, 1766.
Deng Z, Mo J, Jia B, Bian X. An Acquisition Scheme Based on a Matched Filter for Novel Communication and Navigation Fusion Signals. Sensors. 2017; 17(8):1766.Chicago/Turabian Style
Deng, Zhongliang; Mo, Jun; Jia, Buyun; Bian, Xinmei. 2017. "An Acquisition Scheme Based on a Matched Filter for Novel Communication and Navigation Fusion Signals." Sensors 17, no. 8: 1766.
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