Master's programme (M.Sc.) in GPS Technology
2nd semester

1st semester, 3rd semester

THEME GPS Systems and Kinematic Applications
PERIOD September 1 - January 31
PURPOSE
  • To enable the student to analyse advanced kinematic GPS applications
  • To provide the student with a comprehension of advanced signal-processing topics relevant to antenna systems and receiver structures
  • To provide the student with knowledge in system/network level design and optimization
  • To provide the student with a knowledge of scientific methods in GPS applications
CONTENT A kinematic GPS application is chosen. The problem is investigated in depth and a solution strategy is chosen and implemented. The project must demonstrate ability to handle complex problems in a scientific manner. The project should lean itself towards at least one of three key areas:
  • Real-time processing of GPS observations
  • Data links
  • System level investigations, and optimizations
PROJECT EXAMPLES The following list covers examples of 2nd semester projects. Click here to see abstracts from previous 2nd semester projects.
  • GPS and radar
  • Implementation of RTK software
  • Fleet management
  • Precision farming
  • Land-vehicle navigation
  • GPS for geographic databases
COURSES Discrete-Time Kalman Filtering (SE)
GPS Applications (SE)
Receiver Technology (PE)
Propagation of GPS Signals (PE)
EXAM The external oral examination is based on the prepared project report. Each student is marked individually according to the 00-13 grading scale.

 
 
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