Studying the Effects of Interference on GNSS Signals
Assessing the impact of interference on live GNSS signals is a slow and challenging process, with many uncontrollable environmental factors.
In this paper, Spirent’s test engineers describe how to conduct such tests in repeatable laboratory conditions, and reveal the effects of five different interference sources on the tracking capability and navigation performance of a commercially available GPS receiver.
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The relative effects of CW, AWGN, GSM, DECT and LTE interference sources
Full details of our test equipment, configuration and methodology
Our conclusions, and suggested areas of focus for further investigations