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General Information about GNSS-SDR.
List of public and private organizations that have contributed to the development of GNSS-SDR.
Cookies information, in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR)
A place for sharing projects and thoughts about software-defined GNSS receivers.
An open source Global Navigation Satellite Systems software-defined receiver. Current release: v0.0.15
Legal Notice in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR)
Appearances of GNSS-SDR in general media
News of GNSS-SDR website.
Offline. It can happen in the 21st century.
List of academic papers in which GNSS-SDR has been described or used for research purposes.
Posts of GNSS-SDR website, organized by tag.
Team members profiles
Tutorials on GNSS-SDR: step-by-step procedures and descriptions of use cases.
Geniux v21.08: a GNU/Linux custom distribution for running GNSS-SDR on embedded devices.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.15 has been released.
Renaming the default Git branch from master to main.
Ideas page for GSoC 2021.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.14 has been released.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.13 has been released.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.12 has been released.
Ideas page for GSoC 2020.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.11 has been released.
Ideas page for GSoC 2019.
This tutorial describes how to monitor the internal status of GNSS-SDR.
Documentation on how to build and run the testing code.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.10 has been released.
Ideas page for GSoC 2018.
Software testing concepts and their implementation in GNSS-SDR.
Description of the available GNSS-SDR configuration options at building time.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.9 has been released.
Ideas page for GSoC 2017.
A guide to cross-compile GNSS-SDR for embedded platforms.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.8 is already in Debian stretch and Ubuntu 16.10.
Description of Open Service GNSS signals transmitted by satellites.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.8 has been released.
How GNSS-SDR handles data types.
Brief overview of Git usage in the context of GNSS-SDR.
This tutorial describes what is probably one of the cheapest ways for experimenting with real-life signals and GNSS-SDR.
GNSS-SDR v0.0.7 is already a Debian package.
Ideas page for GSoC 2016.
Ideas page for SOCIS 2015.
Ideas page for GSoC 2015.
Ideas page for SOCIS 2014.
Ideas page for GSoC 2014.
Report of the first positioning fix exclusively using Galileo satellites.
Tools for profiling GNSS-SDR.
Ideas page for SOCIS 2013.
Ideas page for GSoC 2013.
How close a Position-Velocity-Time (PVT) solution is to the true position.
The degree to which a system, subsystem or equipment is in a specified operable and committable state at the (random) start of a mission.
How fast the software receiver can process the incoming signal, and in particular how many channels it can sustain in parallel.
The ability of a system to respond to potential internal or external changes affecting its value delivery, in a timely and cost-effective manner.
The ability of making systems work together.
The ease with which a product can be maintained in order to isolate and correct defects and cope with a changing environment.
A measure of the ability of a security to be bought and sold.
It refers to the usability of the same software in different environments.
It is a complex social phenomenon with no agreed upon definition. It can be defined in terms of liking, attraction, dominance, or just being trendy.
The ability of a system or component to function under stated conditions for a specified period of time.
How close a position solution is to the mean of all the obtained solutions. It is related to the spread of a measure, also referred to as precision.
The ability of an entire experiment or study to be reproduced, either by the researcher or by someone else working independently.
The ability of the software to handle a growing amount of work in a capable manner, or its ability to be enlarged to accommodate that growth.
The degree to which a software artifact supports testing in a given test context.
The degree to which something is accessible to be viewed, modified, distributed and used.
The degree to which a software can be used by specified consumers to achieve quantified objectives with efficiency and satisfaction in a given context of use.
Organization of the documentation
A brief introduction to GNSS-SDR, a free and open source Global Navigation Satellite System software-defined receiver.
A description of GNSS-SDR software architecture and underlying key concepts.
Configuring and managing a network of connected signal processing blocks from the signal source up to the position fix.
Documentation on GNSS-SDR Signal Processing Blocks: implementations and their configuration.
A discussion on how to assess software-defined GNSS receivers.
Contributing to the GNSS-SDR source code and to this website.
Coding style for GNSS-SDR source code development.
Build your own radio frequency front-end.
Designs of enclosures for you gear that you can print in 3D.
Contributor Covenant: A Code of Conduct for Open Source Projects.
Start here to get a general idea on what is all about.
Things you need for executing GNSS-SDR.
How to quickly build and install GNSS-SDR in your system.
How to quickly get a position fix with GNSS-SDR.
How to configure GNSS-SDR in a variety of setups.
Documentation of global receiver parameters: Sampling rate of the GNSS baseband engine, Telecommand and Assisted GNSS.
Documentation for the Signal Source block.
Documentation for the Signal Conditioner block.
Documentation for the Data Type Adapter block.
Documentation for the Input Filter block.
Documentation for the Resampler block.
Documentation for the Channel blocks.
Documentation for the Acquisition blocks.
Documentation for the Tracking blocks.
Documentation for the Telemetry Decoder blocks.
Documentation for the Observables block.
Documentation for the PVT block.
Documentation for the Monitor block.