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##### ANTENNA INFORMATION ##### | |

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# ANTENNA INFO VECTOR SIZE | |

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# The number of antenna info | |

# structures in the vector. Each | |

# entry in this vector is a structure | |

# with the following elements: | |

# | |

# - CARRIER_FREQUENCY | |

# - PC_OFFSET | |

# - PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION | |

# - PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC | |

# - SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION | |

# - SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC | |

# | |

# Notes: | |

# CARRIER_FREQUENCY | |

# The carrier frequency in MHz. | |

# | |

# PC = PHASE CENTER | |

# PC_OFFSET is a structure with six | |

# elements: x, y, z and their associated uncertainties | |

# Phase center offset (PCO) is defined with | |

# respect to the origin of the Android sensor coordinate system, e.g., | |

# center of primary screen for mobiles | |

# | |

# PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION | |

# 2D vectors representing the phase center variation (PCV) corrections, | |

# in millimeters, at regularly spaced azimuthal angle (theta) and zenith angle | |

# (phi). The PCV correction is added to the phase measurement to obtain the | |

# corrected value. | |

# The azimuthal angle, theta, is defined with respect to the X axis of the | |

# Android sensor coordinate system, increasing toward the Y axis. The zenith | |

# angle, phi, is defined with respect to the Z axis of the Android Sensor | |

# coordinate system, increasing toward the X-Y plane. | |

# Each row vector (outer vectors) represents a fixed theta. The first row | |

# corresponds to a theta angle of 0 degrees. The last row corresponds to a | |

# theta angle of (360 - deltaTheta) degrees, where deltaTheta is the regular | |

# spacing between azimuthal angles, i.e., deltaTheta = 360 / (number of rows). | |

# The columns (inner vectors) represent fixed zenith angles, beginning at 0 | |

# degrees and ending at 180 degrees. They are separated by deltaPhi, the regular | |

# spacing between zenith angles, i.e., deltaPhi = 180 / (number of columns - 1). | |

# | |

# PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC | |

# 2D vectors of 1-sigma uncertainty in millimeters associated with the PCV | |

# correction values. | |

# | |

# SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION | |

# 2D vectors representing the signal gain corrections at regularly spaced | |

# azimuthal angle (theta) and zenith angle (phi). The values are calculated or | |

# measured at the antenna feed point without considering the radio and receiver | |

# noise figure and path loss contribution, in dBi, i.e., decibel over isotropic | |

# antenna with the same total power. The signal gain correction is added the | |

# signal gain measurement to obtain the corrected value. | |

# The azimuthal angle, theta, is defined with respect to the X axis of the | |

# Android sensor coordinate system, increasing toward the Y axis. The zenith | |

# angle, phi, is defined with respect to the Z axis of the Android Sensor | |

# coordinate system, increasing toward the X-Y plane. | |

# Each row vector (outer vectors) represents a fixed theta. The first row | |

# corresponds to a theta angle of 0 degrees. The last row corresponds to a | |

# theta angle of (360 - deltaTheta) degrees, where deltaTheta is the regular | |

# spacing between azimuthal angles, i.e., deltaTheta = 360 / (number of rows). | |

# The columns (inner vectors) represent fixed zenith angles, beginning at 0 | |

# degrees and ending at 180 degrees. They are separated by deltaPhi, the regular | |

# spacing between zenith angles, i.e., deltaPhi = 180 / (number of columns - 1). | |

# | |

# SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC | |

# 2D vectors of 1-sigma uncertainty in dBi associated with the signal | |

# gain correction values. | |

# | |

# The number of rows and columns could be the same for PC variation correction | |

# and signal gain corrections, or could be different | |

# If the former then NUMBER_OF_ROWS_ and NUMBER_OF_COLUMNS_ are specified once | |

# only, if the latter then NUMBER_OF_ROWS_ and NUMBER_OF_COLUMNS_ represent | |

# the number of rows/columns for PC variation correction and | |

# NUMBER_OF_ROWS_SGC_ and NUMBER_OF_COLUMNS_SGC_ represent the number of | |

# rows/columns for signal gain corrections | |

ANTENNA_INFO_VECTOR_SIZE = 2 | |

CARRIER_FREQUENCY_0 = 1575.42 | |

PC_OFFSET_0 = 1.2 0.1 3.4 0.2 5.6 0.3 | |

NUMBER_OF_ROWS_0 = 3 | |

NUMBER_OF_COLUMNS_0 = 4 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_0_ROW_0 = 11.22 33.44 55.66 77.88 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_0_ROW_1 = 10.2 30.4 50.6 70.8 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_0_ROW_2 = 12.2 34.4 56.6 78.8 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC_0_ROW_0 = 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC_0_ROW_1 = 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC_0_ROW_2 = 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_0_ROW_0 = 9.8 8.7 7.6 6.5 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_0_ROW_1 = 5.4 4.3 3.2 2.1 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_0_ROW_2 = 1.3 2.4 3.5 4.6 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC_0_ROW_0 = 0.11 0.22 0.33 0.44 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC_0_ROW_1 = 0.55 0.66 0.77 0.88 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC_0_ROW_2 = 0.91 0.92 0.93 0.94 | |

CARRIER_FREQUENCY_1 = 1227.6 | |

PC_OFFSET_1 = 3.4 0.2 5.6 0.3 1.2 0.1 | |

NUMBER_OF_ROWS_1 = 4 | |

NUMBER_OF_COLUMNS_1 = 2 | |

NUMBER_OF_ROWS_SGC_1 = 3 | |

NUMBER_OF_COLUMNS_SGC_1 = 4 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_1_ROW_0 = 55.66 77.88 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_1_ROW_1 = 11.22 33.44 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_1_ROW_2 = 56.6 78.8 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_1_ROW_3 = 12.2 34.4 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC_1_ROW_0 = 0.3 0.4 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC_1_ROW_1 = 1.1 1.2 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC_1_ROW_2 = 2.1 2.2 | |

PC_VARIATION_CORRECTION_UNC_1_ROW_3 = 0.1 0.2 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_1_ROW_0 = 7.6 6.5 5.4 4.3 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_1_ROW_1 = 1.3 2.4 9.8 8.7 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_1_ROW_2 = 1.4 2.5 3.6 4.7 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC_1_ROW_0 = 0.91 0.92 0.55 0.66 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC_1_ROW_1 = 0.11 0.22 0.93 0.94 | |

SIGNAL_GAIN_CORRECTION_UNC_1_ROW_2 = 0.95 0.96 0.33 0.44 |