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Location Forum 2006, 7 November, 2006 School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems The University of New South Wales, Australia A Galileo receiver.

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1 Location Forum 2006, 7 November, 2006 School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems The University of New South Wales, Australia A Galileo receiver design Using FPGA based GNSS receiver platform Presenter: Jinghui Wu Supervisor: Andrew Dempster

2 School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems The University of New South Wales, Australia School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems Location Forum 2006, 7 November, Presenter: Jinghui Wu Supervisor: Andrew Dempster What is Galileo “The Galileo positioning system is a proposed satellite navigation system, to be built by the European Union (EU) as an alternative to GPS (which is controlled by the United States military) and the Russian GLONASS. The system should be operational by 2010 ”as expected (Wikipedia,http://en.wikipedia.org ). satellite navigation system European UnionGPS United StatesmilitaryRussian GLONASS

3 School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems The University of New South Wales, Australia School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems Location Forum 2006, 7 November, Presenter: Jinghui Wu Supervisor: Andrew Dempster Why is Galileo Galileo Service 1.Open Service (OS) 2.Commercial Service (CS) 3.Public Regulated Service (PRS) 4.Safety of Life Service (SoL) its first test satellite--GIOVE-A start transmitting signal from 12 January 2006 Next test satellite- GIOVE-B is to be built in 2006 GIOVE-A has started transmitting the first Galileo signals

4 School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems The University of New South Wales, Australia School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems Location Forum 2006, 7 November, Presenter: Jinghui Wu Supervisor: Andrew Dempster Methodology for the project Signal specification E1 signal is sharing the same frequency band with GPS L1 signal

5 School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems The University of New South Wales, Australia School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems Location Forum 2006, 7 November, Presenter: Jinghui Wu Supervisor: Andrew Dempster Receiver design

6 School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems The University of New South Wales, Australia School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems Location Forum 2006, 7 November, Presenter: Jinghui Wu Supervisor: Andrew Dempster Thank you! Conclusion


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