Sensitivity of GNSS Blind Interference Detection Algorithm Based on Fourth-order Autocumulants
Sensitivity of GNSS Blind Interference Detection Algorithm Based on Fourth-order Autocumulants, Proc International Conference on Localization and GNSS ICL-GNSS, Barcelona, Spain, Vol. 1, pp. 1 - 6, June, 2016.
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GNSS signals affected by additive channel noise are approximately Gaussian but often the presence of interference may change that distribution. We analyze the sensitivity of a proposed blind detection method based on the Giannakis-Tsatsanis Gaussianity test to evaluate the presence of narrowband and wideband non-Gaussian interference. Robustness of the proposed method to the blind-spot effect that occurs in pulsed interference signals is also discussed.