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By Xiaodong Chen, Clive G. Parini, Brian Collins, Yuan Yao, Masood Ur Rehman

Content material:
Chapter 1 basics of GNSS (pages 1–19):
Chapter 2 basic concerns for GNSS Antennas (pages 21–40):
Chapter three satellite tv for pc GNSS Antennas (pages 41–53):
Chapter four Terminal GNSS Antennas (pages 55–80):
Chapter five Multimode and complex Terminal Antennas (pages 81–110):
Chapter 6 Terminal Antennas in tricky Environments (pages 111–148):
Chapter 7 Human consumer results on GNSS Antennas (pages 149–180):
Chapter eight cellular Terminal GNSS Antennas (pages 181–206):

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Parini, Brian Collins, Yuan Yao and Masood Ur Rehman. © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Published 2012 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 1 GPS III antenna farm (Lockheed Martin). the centre of the array structure. 3 [2]. The high-band element is a circular ring patch with two notches to achieve circular polarisation from a single coaxial feed point. The low-band element is excited by a pair of coaxial probes fed in quadrature to achieve the circular polarisation. An additional patch between the two elements acts as a ground plane for the high-band antenna.

E5, E6 and L1 for Galileo) seeing a nonlinear input–output characteristic and so generating a mixing effect [10]. ). occur even at a junction between different metals that form the transmission line or antenna input terminals. Possible sources of PIM include: • Non-homogeneous contacts between metals of different types. • Presence of oxides, particularly across gaps and joints (often associated with RF connectors). • Local lack of uniformity in the conductivities of the materials involved. • Intrinsically nonlinear materials (ferromagnetic, ferrites, stainless steel, dielectrics loaded with conductive powders or granules).

Taken from [7]; copyright EurAAP; used with permission. presented to it by the BFN. Details of the method employed for Galileo can be found in [6]. Helical arrays are a very popular choice of antenna for spacecraft and indeed the Sputnik satellite in 1957 brandished a helical antenna [9]. 8. Taken from [7]; copyright EurAAP; used with permission. 10 Galileo search and rescue helical antenna array on spacecraft body model. Taken from [7]; copyright EurAAP; used with permission. antennas in space reflects their high gain, ease of fabrication and ease of generation of circular polarisation, details of which are given in Chapter 2.

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