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GNSS Vulnerabilities. / Sánchez-Naranjo , Susana ; Ferrara, Nunzia; Paśnikowski, Maciej Jerzy ; Raasakka, Jussi; Shytermeja, Enik; Ramos-Pollán , Raúl; González , Fabio Augusto; Martinez, Daniel; Lohan, Elena-Simona; Nurmi, Jari; Toledo, Manuel; Kotaba, Ondrej; Julien, Olivier.

Multi-Technology Positioning. Springer, 2017. p. 55-77.

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Harvard

Sánchez-Naranjo , S, Ferrara, N, Paśnikowski, MJ, Raasakka, J, Shytermeja, E, Ramos-Pollán , R, González , FA, Martinez, D, Lohan, E-S, Nurmi, J, Toledo, M, Kotaba, O & Julien, O 2017, GNSS Vulnerabilities. in Multi-Technology Positioning. Springer, pp. 55-77. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-50427-8_4

APA

Sánchez-Naranjo , S., Ferrara, N., Paśnikowski, M. J., Raasakka, J., Shytermeja, E., Ramos-Pollán , R., ... Julien, O. (2017). GNSS Vulnerabilities. In Multi-Technology Positioning (pp. 55-77). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-50427-8_4

Vancouver

Sánchez-Naranjo S, Ferrara N, Paśnikowski MJ, Raasakka J, Shytermeja E, Ramos-Pollán R et al. GNSS Vulnerabilities. In Multi-Technology Positioning. Springer. 2017. p. 55-77 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-50427-8_4

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Sánchez-Naranjo , Susana ; Ferrara, Nunzia ; Paśnikowski, Maciej Jerzy ; Raasakka, Jussi ; Shytermeja, Enik ; Ramos-Pollán , Raúl ; González , Fabio Augusto ; Martinez, Daniel ; Lohan, Elena-Simona ; Nurmi, Jari ; Toledo, Manuel ; Kotaba, Ondrej ; Julien, Olivier. / GNSS Vulnerabilities. Multi-Technology Positioning. Springer, 2017. pp. 55-77

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AU - Sánchez-Naranjo , Susana

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AU - Raasakka, Jussi

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AU - Ramos-Pollán , Raúl

AU - González , Fabio Augusto

AU - Martinez, Daniel

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AU - Kotaba, Ondrej

AU - Julien, Olivier

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