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Development of a Real-Time Software-Defined GPS Receiver in a LabVIEW-Based Instrumentation Environment

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The ubiquitousness of location-based services has proven effective for many applications such as commercial, military, and emergency responders. Software-defined radio (SDR) has emerged as an adequate framework for the development and testing of global navigational satellite systems such as the global position system (GPS). SDR receivers are constantly developing in terms of acceleration factors and accurate algorithms for precise user navigation. However, many SDR options for GPS receivers currently lack real-time operation or could be costly. This paper presents a LabVIEW (LV) and C/C++-based GPS L1 receiver platform with real-time capabilities. The system relies on LV acceleration factors as well as other C/C++ techniques such as dynamic link library integration into LV and parallelizable loop structures, and single instruction, multiple data methods, which leverage host PC multipurpose processors. A hardware testbed is presented for compactness and mobility, as well as software functionality and data flow handling inherent in LV environment. Benchmarks and other real-time results are presented as well as compared with the other state-of-the-art open-source GPS receivers.The ubiquitousness of location-based services has proven effective for many applications such as commercial, military, and emergency responders. Software-defined radio (SDR) has emerged as an adequate framework for the development and testing of global navigational satellite systems such as the global position system (GPS). SDR receivers are constantly developing in terms of acceleration factors and accurate algorithms for precise user navigation. However, many SDR options for GPS receivers currently lack real-time operation or could be costly. This paper presents a LabVIEW (LV) and C/C++-based GPS L1 receiver platform with real-time capabilities. The system relies on LV acceleration factors as well as other C/C++ techniques such as dynamic link library integration into LV and parallelizable loop structures, and single instruction, multiple data methods, which leverage host PC multipurpose processors. A hardware testbed is presented for compactness and mobility, as well as software functionality and data flow handling inherent in LV environment. Benchmarks and other real-time results are presented as well as compared with the other state-of-the-art open-source GPS receivers.

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