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Global Navigation Satellite System


gnss example with satellites and objects on earth

Our research in this growing area is concentrated on user equipment; antennas, antenna electronics, receivers, and signal processing.

Current research areas include: 

  • Interference suppression
  • Multipath characterization and mitigation
  • Fix reception pattern antennas
  • Controlled reception pattern (adaptive) antenna
  • Platform effects
  • Beam forming / null steering algorithms
  • Direction and time of arrival estimation
  • Prediction and mitigation of antenna and antenna electronics induces biases in GNSS measurements
  • In situ as well as on-the-fly antenna calibration
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Kassas recognized with IEEE Harry Rowe Minmo Award
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