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GNSS for Aviation Applications

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Overview
Course No.
Time
Room
Course Type
ECTS
SWS
TBD
Tue 14-18
F 216
Integrated
6
4
Introductory lecture: 13.04.2020 at 14:00 (c.t.) (if necessary also as an online lecture on ISIS)

Registration for the ISIS course is possible in advance (without password)!

Participation in the introductory event is obligatory for participation in the course.

Module Description

The current module description is available via MOSES [2] as well as on the information page of Faculty V for the master's programme in Aerospace Engineering.

Course Content

Lecture:

  • Introduction and History of Satellite Navigation
  • Review of Signals & Systems, Random Variables
  • GPS L1 Signal Structure
  • Satellite Acquisition and Tracking
  • Orbits and Ephemeris Data
  • Position, Velocity and Timing (PVT) Estimation (Least Squares, Weighted Least Squares, etc.)
  • GNSS Error Sources, Atmospheric Effects
  • Integrity for Single Frequency GPS (RAIM)
  • Differential GPS, SBAS and GBAS
  • Intro to GNSS software-defined radio
  • Glonass, Galileo and Beidou Signal Structures
  • Integrity in Modernized Multi Frequency GPS
  • Real Time Kinematics

Tutorials:

  • Satellite Acquisition from collected signal samples 
  • Implement satellite position calculation 
  • PVT least squares (LS) estimation from drone data position and velocity 
  • TEC computations and Code-minus-carrier analysis
  • Integrity exercise with data with fault
  • LS with Differential Correction (drone data) 
  • LS based on Mulit-Mode Receiver (MMR) data
  • ARAIM
  • Ambiguity resolution (lambda) + floating/fixed solution

ISIS

All teaching materials are offered via the ISIS platform.
ISIS online course: GNSS for Aviation Applications SoSe2021  [3]

 

 

Contact

Prof. Dr. ir. Maarten Uijt de Haag
Chair of Flight Guidance and Air Transport
Sekr. F3
Raum F220
Tel. +49 (0) 30 314 - 22362
E-Mail-Anfrage [4]

Lecturer

Thomas Dautermann, Ph.D.
DLR
E-Mail-Anfrage [5]
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