Course: Propagation Effects, Channel Models and Related Error Sources on GNSS

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October 15, 2012 – October 17, 2012

Madrid | Spain

The course “Propagation Effects, Channel Models and Related Error Sources on GNSS” will be held in ESA/ESAC, Madrid, Spain, October 15-17, 2012.

This course is organized by ESA in collaboration with CDTI, DLR, CNES and ASI, in the frame of the Network of Experts in Electromagnetic Wave Propagation and the European School of Antennas (ESoA). Its objective is to provide a strong basis into Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) error sources related to radiowave propagation and interference effects. The course covers the description of tropospheric, ionospheric, multipath and interference effects; how they affect GNSS receivers; and how they are impacting observables. The course also includes test cases, exercises, specialized lectures, and industry presentations and an exhibition.

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