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An insider view on tracking loops: A novel ultra-tight GNSS/INS hybridization approach

By: Bastia, F.; Deambrogio, L.; Palestini, C.; Corazza, G.E.;

2010 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-5036-7

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This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' An insider view on tracking loops: A novel ultra-tight GNSS/INS hybridization approach ' This paper tackles the issue of increasing GNSS receivers reliability by presenting a novel ultra-tight integration scheme identified as Gaussian AUtocorrelation Scaled Sum (GAUSS). This hybridization approach is based on the concept that a completely artificial autocorrelation peak, generated starting from the information provided by the inertial sensors can be fused non-coherently into the received signal autocorrelation function to enhance the receiver robustness in harsh conditions as in the presence of interferers and multipath.