Satellite Navigation systems are typically characterized by a one-directional flow of information from the satellites to the users. In line of principle the GNSS receiver performance could be improved by allowing information exchange between users. In fact a positioning device in a difficult environment can receive GNSS data from close users in open sky, so enabling or facilitating operations that would be impossible without this kind of assistance.
This research activity is devoted to the identification of algorithms and methods to be implemented inside a GNSS receiver, which can receive aiding data from close peers.
This activity is performed in cooperation with Prof. Roberto Garello, leader of the .