The table lists the frequencies in MHz of the GNSS and the particular channels studied in this article. GPS and Galileo use code division multiple access and therefore share one frequency for all satellites per channel. GLONASS uses frequency division multiple access and therefore has individual frequencies per channel per satellite given by the base frequency shifted by the frequency channel number (FCN).
|GPS||L1: 1575.42||L2: 1227.60||L5 (I + Q): 1176.45|
|GLONASS||L1: 1602 + FCN·0.5625||L2: 1246 + FCN·0.4375|
|Galileo||E1 (B + C): 1575.42||E5a (I + Q): 1176.45|
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