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|Title:||An Experimental Evaluation of Low-Cost GNSS Jamming Sensors|
|Authors:||DIMC FRANC; BAZEC MATEJ; BORIO DANIELE; GIOIA CIRO; BALDINI GIANMARCO; BASSO MARCO|
|Citation:||NAVIGATION-JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION vol. 64 no. 1 p. 93-109|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This paper presents experimental results obtained during live GNSS jamming tests performed in a road environment. Different jamming detection strategies are considered with specific focus on signal agnostic approaches where no stringent model assumptions are made for the detector design. A measurement station made of a commercial GPS high-sensitivity receiver and an SDR front-end was deployed and used to collect measurements in the presence of jamming. The tests were performed using three different jammers and considering the effects introduced by a vehicle moving at different speeds. The advantages and shortcomings of the different detection approaches are analyzed, and the most effective detection strategies are selected.|
|JRC Directorate:||Space, Security and Migration|
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