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About Stefano Caizzone

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Stefano Caizzone received a Ph.D. in geoinformation from the University of Rome, Tor Vergata. He is is responsible for the development of innovative miniaturized antennas in the antenna group of the Institute of Communications and Navigation of the German Aerospace Center (DLR).

Posts by Stefano Caizzone

Antenna pattern uniformity effects on pseudorange tracking error Posted on 07 Feb 2018 in the Featured Stories & OEM categories.

More satellites, more constellations, more multi-frequency receivers — they all drive greater achievable accuracy. But they also raise the requirements on GNSS antennas because of the stronger impact that possible... Read more»

Innovation: Mitigating interference with a dual-polarized antenna array in a real environment Posted on 10 Feb 2017 in the From the Magazine & Innovation categories.

Double Take
A diversely polarized antenna array combines signal processing in the spatial and polarization domains for significant improvement in receiver robustness against interference. The C/N0 of line-of-sight components is improved since the receiver can use the power present in the left-hand circularly polarized channels, and also interference mitigation improves. Read more»