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David De Lorenzo

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David De Lorenzo is a principal research engineer at Polaris Wireless and technical director of the Stanford Center for Position, Navigation, and Time.

His
current research focus is in multi-sensor mobile location, marine
conservation, and wildlife tagging studies, and innovative navigation
experiments enabled by hobby-class UAVs.

He received the Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronautics from Stanford University with thesis research on adaptive antenna arrays, their ability to reject radio frequency interference, and their impact on GPS measurement errors.

He has previously worked for Lockheed Martin and for the Intel Corporation.

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September/October 2015

Single Antenna, Dual Use

September/October 2009

Signal Authentication

May/June 2009

Modernization Milestone

July/August 2007

GNSS Over China: The Compass MEO Satellite Codes

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