Reliable positioning and navigation is becoming imperative in more and more applications for public services, consumer products, and safety-critical purposes. Research for finding pervasive and robust positioning methodologies is critical for a growing amount of societal areas while making sure that navigation is trustworthy and the risks and threats of especially satellite navigation are accounted for. This book provides a comprehensive survey of the effect of radio-frequency interference (RFI) on the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) as well as of the spoofing threats. Through case studies and practical implementation/applications, this resource presents engineers and scientists with a better understanding of interference and spoofing threats, ultimately helping them to design and implement robust systems.
Table Of Contents
The Interference Threat; Classification of Interfering Sources and Analysis of the Effects on GNSS Receivers; The Spoofing Menace; Analytical Assessment of Interference on GNSS Signals; Interference Detection Strategies; Classical Digital Signal Processing Countermeasures to Interference in GNSS; Interference Mitigation Based on Transformed Domain Techniques; Anti-Spoofing Techniques for GNSS.