Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Mitigation of Ionospheric Threats to GNSS

an Appraisal of the Scientific and Technological Outputs of the TRANSMIT Project

Edited by Riccardo Notarpietro

Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy

TRANSMIT (Training Research and Applications Network to Support the Mitigation of Ionospheric Threats) is an initiative funded by the European Commission through a Marie Curie Initial Training Network. It provided a coordinated program of academic and industrial training, focused on atmospheric phenomena that can significantly impair a wide range of systems and applications that are at the core of several activities embedded in our daily life. TRANSMIT deals with the harmful effects of the ionosphere on these systems. Main aim of the project has been to develop a web based prototype demonstrator aiming to showcase the project research outcomes in a user friendly manner, through a series of model outputs and tools that could serve as the blueprint for a future service to assist users and industry to mitigate the effects of ionospheric threats to GNSS.

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1. Data Management Strategy for GNSS Services — The TRANSMIT Project Case

By Eleftherios Plakidis, Vincenzo Romano, Luca Spogli and Giorgiana De Franceschi

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2. The Concept of the TRANSMIT Prototype –Network Based Service for Mitigation of Ionospheric Threats to GNSS

By Hiroatsu Sato, Nikolai Hlubek and Marcio Aquino

909

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3. Kalman Filter Based PLL Robust Against Ionospheric Scintillation

By Melania Susi, Marcus Andreotti and Marcio Aquino

1333

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4. Towards Analyzing the Effect of Interference Monitoring in GNSS Scintillation

By Rodrigo Romero and Fabio Dovis

1155

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5. Computation of Scintillation Indices for the Galileo E1 Signals Using a Software Receiver

By Marko Vuckovic and Samo Stanic

1084

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6. Using Ordinary Kriging for the Creation of Scintillation Maps

By Peter Kieft, Marcio Aquino and Alan Dodson

1115

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7. Challenges of Real-Time Monitoring of Ionospheric Perturbations and TEC Fluctuations with GPS Single Station

By Marija Cokrlic

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8. The Reliability Evaluation of GNSS Observations in the Presence of Ionospheric Perturbations

By Kinga Węzka

1062

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9. A Filtering Method Developed to Improve GNSS Receiver Data Quality in the CALIBRA Project

By Luca Spogli, Vincenzo Romano, Giorgiana De Franceschi, Lucilla Alfonsi, Eleftherios Plakidis, Claudio Cesaroni, Marcio Aquino, Alan Dodson, Joao Francisco Galera Monico and Bruno Vani

1226

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10. B-Spline Model of Ionospheric Scintillation For – High Latitude Using In-situ Satellite Data

By S. Priyadarshi and A. W. Wernik

1293

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11. Regional Ionosphere Mapping with Kriging and B-spline Methods

By Oksana Grynyshyna-Poliuga, Iwona Stanislawska and Anna Swiatek

1221

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12. Statistical Case Studies of High and Low Latitude Ionospheric Scintillations

By Đorđe Stevanović

1034

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13. Performance Analysis of Empirical Ionosphere Models by Comparison with CODE Vertical TEC Maps

By Pavel Najman and Tomislav Kos

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14. Comparison between the NeQuick Model and VTEC Estimation by GPS Measurements over Egypt

By A. M. Mahrous, O. A. AbuElezz, A. M. Abdallah and R. Fleury

1036

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15. Multiresolution Tomography of Ionospheric Electron Density

By T. Panicciari, N.D. Smith, F. Da Dalt, C.N. Mitchell and G.S. Bust

815

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16. ANIMo — A New Ionospheric Model. Ionospheric Modeling for Ionospheric Imaging and Forecasting Purposes

By F. Da Dalt, C. Benton, T. Panicciari, N. D. Smith and C. N. Mitchell

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17. Implementation of Ionospheric Asymmetry Index in TRANSMIT Prototype

By M.M. Shaikh, R. Notarpietro and Bruno Nava

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