Publications and responsibilities
Johan Sverdrup Navigation Technology Final Report
This document reviews the characteristics of navigation system technology in the context of the Johan Sverdrup facility, the available navigation infrastructure and the desired operations therein. After discussing the benefits and drawbacks of the foreseeable sources of navigation data, the feasibil...
RFI Monitoring Activities in Norway (SINTEF)
RFI Monitoring in Support of Safety-Critical Multi-Band GNSS-based Systems
This paper discusses design details and field test verification results of a low-cost Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) event logger developed for monitoring the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) L1 and L5 frequency bands for anomalous emissions that might disrupt or degrade Ground Based Au...
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Nordic Unmanned, SINTEF og KVS tilbudt kjempekontrakt med Statnett
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Statnett med unik satsing på droner
Do modern multi-frequency civil receivers eliminate the ionospheric effect?
It is common knowledge in the GNSS community that the ionosphere is dispersive in the L-band, meaning the refractive effects on the carrier phases are proportional to the wavelengths of the carriers, in turn causing differential variation in the measured codes and phases of the various navigation si...
Dual Frequency Positioning via Time Multiplexing of Single Frequency Resources or ‘Mono-Frequency but not Single-Frequency'
A time-multiplexing approach to multi-frequency receiver operation is introduced in this paper, wherein a single-frequency receiver platform is configured to dynamically re-tune to each of a selection of different carrier frequencies to produce multi-frequency measurements. The development of a prot...