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Antoine de Latour

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Antoine de Latour has been a navigation engineer in the CNES Transmission Techniques and Signal Processing Department since 2003.

He is involved in the Galileo Program in which he supports the European Space Agency and the European Commission. De Latour is involved in the design of the Galileo signals, in the use of GNSS for space applications, in the GPS/Galileo radio frequency compatibility assessment, and in the development of a GNSS RF signal simulator.

In particular, he studied in depth the CBOC Galileo signal definition and the PRS signal. De Latour proposed new tracking signal techniques for generic receivers and spaceborne receivers. He was graduated from the Ecole Supérieure d´Electricité (Supélec) in Paris and obtained a master’s degree from the University of Stuttgart.

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