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Near sea surface target tracking by extended Kalman filtering of the GPS reflected signals

Résumé : This paper addresses the use of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) as a remote sensing tool for oceanographic applications. In this paper we use the Global Positioning System (GPS) signals reflected off the sea surface along with a coastal receiver to perform detection and tracking of a near sea surface mobile target. Because these signals have a very low Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) in a non stationary medium, a matched filter is required. A filter based on the Extended Kalman process is presented here.
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Sarab Tay, Frederic Maussang, Arnaud Coatanhay, Thierry Chonavel, René Garello. Near sea surface target tracking by extended Kalman filtering of the GPS reflected signals. IEEE Oceans 2011, Jun 2011, Santander, Espagne. pp.978-1-61284-4577-0088-0/11. ⟨hal-00626514⟩

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