PhD Defense by Jakob Jakobsen, DTU- Space – Niels Bohr Institute - University of Copenhagen

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PhD Defense by Jakob Jakobsen, DTU- Space

Kinematic GNSS: Ionospheric variations  and Characteristics of Multipath by Jakob Jakobsen  

The variation in the ionosphere and multipath in indoor environemnts are two of the largest factors affecting the GNSS signals. This thesis is focusing on the impact in real time kinematic network positioning services as well as identifying the time varying characteristics of the ionosphere. Furthermore has computer controlled cars on a 27 m. long slot car track been used to characterise the degradation of the GNSS signals under indoor kinematic conditions as well as the impact in the positioning domain. There will be a live demo of the slot car track
 Supervisors: Carl Christian Tscherning, Per Knudsen, Anna Jensen, Gerard Lachapelle