Research Areas

Research at the Radionavigation Laboratory can be broadly categorized into five main areas: radionavigation security, GNSS software receiver development, opportunistic navigation, radionavigation integrity, and ionospheric research.

antispoof

 

Development and Evaluation of Anti-Spoofing Techniques for Civil GNSS

GNSS Interference Detection and Localization

The Effects of GPS Spoofing on Power Grid Monitoring

The GPS Assimilator: A Method for Upgrading Existing GPS User Equipment to Improve Accuracy, Robustness, and Resistance to Spoofing 


Development and Evaluation of Anti-Spoofing Techniques for Civil GNSS

GNSS Interference Detection and Localization

The GPS Assimilator: A Method for Upgrading Existing GPS User Equipment to Improve Accuracy, Robustness, and Resistance to Spoofing

 

spectrum

 

Texas Spoofing Test Battery (TEXBAT)

 

RNL Multipath and Interference Recordings

 

 

Development and Evaluation of Anti-Spoofing Techniques for Civil GNSS

GNSS Interference Detection and Localization

The GPS Assimilator: A Method for Upgrading Existing GPS User Equipment to Improve Accuracy, Robustness, and Resistance to Spoofing