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Sparse GLONASS Signal Acquisition Based on Compressive Sensing and Multiple Measurement Vectors

Figure 3

GLONASS signal acquisition results based on MMV. (a) L = 1, SNR = −20 dB, CR = 0.4; (b) L = 5, SNR = −20 dB, CR = 0.4; (c) L = 10, SNR = −20 dB, CR = 0.4; (d) L = 1, SNR = −20 dB, CR = 0.2; (e) L = 5, SNR = −20 dB, CR = 0.2; (f) L = 10, SNR = −20 dB, CR = 0.2; (g) L = 1, SNR = −25 dB, CR = 0.4; (h) L = 5, SNR = −25 dB, CR = 0.4; (i) L = 10, SNR = −25 dB, CR = 0.4; (j) L = 1, SNR = −25 dB, CR = 0.2; (k) L = 5, SNR = −25 dB, CR = 0.2; (l) L = 10, SNR = −25 dB, CR = 0.2.
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