Jérémy Vezinet

Jérémy Vezinet
Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile | ENAC · TELECOM

PhD

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July 2011 - June 2014
Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civile
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (12)
Conference Paper
This article offers a new characterization of GNSS meaconing and its impact on GNSS receivers through mathematical models and simulations. First, general mathematical models of the received signal at a receiver’s correlators input and output in nominal conditions then in presence of a GNSS repeater are derivated. Then, the impact of a GNSS repeate...
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Background: Insulin pump or continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) system is a widely adopted contemporary treatment for type 1 diabetes and is a major component of an artificial pancreas (AP). CSII accuracy is essential for glycemic control and to-date such metric has not been given sufficient study, especially at the range of the lowest...
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The use of GNSS in the railway sector has been postulated on the notion of a Virtual Balise (VB). The VB-based positioning system works by setting a VB point on the railway track and determining the passage of the VB point using the position solution from the GNSS receiver. Although augmentation systems such as SBAS or GBAS are able to satisfy the...
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This paper presents a multi-antenna GNSS solution for a launch vehicle able to provide position and velocity of the launcher continuously, including during the rotation and acceleration phases of flight. The originality of this work is the development of a multi-antenna, multi-constellation (GPS/GALILEO) and multi-frequency (L1/L5) GNSS positioning...
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The quick development of air traffic has led to the improvement of approach and landing operations by using flexible flight paths and by decreasing the minima required to perform these operations. Most of the aircraft operations are supported by the GNSS augmented with GBAS, SBAS and ABAS. SBAS or GBAS allow supporting navigation operations down to...
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The quick development of air traffic has led to the improvement of approach and landing operations by using flexible flight paths and decreasing the minima required to perform these operations. Most of the operations are currently supported by the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) potentially augmented with Ground Based Augmentation System...
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Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and Inertial Navigation Systems (INS) are currently the main navigation systems for aircraft. INS navigation is based on dead-reckoning principle so small errors in the measurements of vehicle accelerations and rotation rates can cause non-negligible integration drift. As an alternative navigation mean, mo...

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