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A new array concept using spatially distributed subarrays for unambiguous GNSS interference mitigation in automotive applications
Radio frequency interference (RFI) poses a severe problem for conventional GNSS receivers. Even low powered RFI can block the reception of satellite signals and prevent a position determination. Antenna array systems have been proven suitable to counteract RFI by incorporating spatial processing techniques. The large size of uniform rectangular arrays (URA) with half-wave antenna spacing impedes an installation in cars intended for the consumer mass market, where a hidden installation is adoi:10.18154/rwth-2020-04023 fatcat:g7t4ib5tqray5grltejkx3cnue