MO4006 - Antennas and propagation for GNSS

MO4006 - Antennas and propagation for GNSS

Objectives

Detailed objectives:

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
1 - Explain the electromagnetic radiation notion based on the equivalence theorem and various forms of radiation formulas
2 - List and use the characteristics of the antennas transmit and receive (radiation zone, polarization, gain, bandwidth, link budget,)
3 - Chose an antenna type based on the referred application
4 - Apply a modeling broad range (currently references offices) about the effects of propagation over the transmission of a signal
5 - Analyze the environment effects (masking, multipath) from statistics deterministic models
6 - Analyze the effects of the troposphere (absorption, refraction and scintillation)
7 - Analyze the effects of the ionosphere (absorption, refraction, scintillation, Faraday rotation, group delay, Doppler

Hours

  • Lectures : 16
  • Supervised Work : 8

Form of assessment

Total assessment hours: 1

This course is part of the programme

In brief

ECTS credits : cf Teaching Unit

Number of hours 25

Contact(s)

Anaïs MARTINEAU

Phone : +33 5 62 17 42 73

Email : anais.martineau @ enac.fr

Alexandre CHABORY

Phone : +33 5 62 17 43 25

Email : alexandre.chabory @ enac.fr