Borre, K., Akos, D.M., Bertelsen, N., Rinder, P., Jensen, S.H.
2007, XXII, 176 p. 98 illus. With DVD.
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"The book is devoted to this subject [GPS] and at the same time to [the] Galileo System, a forthcoming European satellite-based navigation system. Both of them belong to the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). The exposition is given in the frame of Software-defined Radios, which designates a technology which is based on a flexible open-architecture receiver that permits [building] a dynamic connection of various modules. The work of this platform is described in a MATLAB coding language...It is worthy to mention that Windows and LINUX can be used. The book is intended for applied mathematicians, electrical engineers, geodesists and graduate students as a reference book as well for self-study." —Zentralblatt MATH
"This excellent book will give you the mathematical fundamentals for software-based GPS … . The included MATLAB source code can be used to crunch the collected data to solve for position. This low level processing gives the user a keen insight into the signal processing of a GPS receiver. The provided algorithms encourage user modification to attempt to improved and design next generation GPS receivers." —SparkFun Electronics