GNSS

A Phase-Reconstruction Technique for Low-Power Centimeter-Accurate Mobile Positioning

Recent technological advances in embedded systems have enabled designers of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers to produce ever smaller, cheaper, and more energy-efficient devices. However, despite these advancements, the underlying positioning accuracy of consumer-grade GNSS receivers (such as those in smartphones and tablets) has somewhat stagnated. The most notable advances in positioning accuracy have been occurring in non-consumer, industrial-grade receivers, for example, in receivers designed for agriculture and surveying purposes.

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