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Fantino, M., M. Nicola, P. Mulassano, and M. Pini, "Design of a GNSS Spoofing Device Based on a GPS/Galileo Software Receiver for the Development of Robust Countermeasures", European Navigation Conference on Global Navigation Satellite Systems - ENC GNSS, Braunschweig - Germany, 10/2010.
Fantino, M., F. Dovis, and L. Lo Presti, "Design of a reconfigurable low-complexity tracking loop for Galileo signals", Spread Spectrum Techniques and Applications, 2004 IEEE Eighth International Symposium on, pp. 736 - 740, aug.-2 sept., 2004.
Fantino, M., P. Mulassano, F. Dovis, and L. Lo Presti, "Performance of the Proposed Galileo CBOC Modulation in Heavy Multipath Environment", Journal of Wireless Personal Communication: Springer Verlag, 10/2007.
Fantino, M., L. Lo Presti, and M. Pini, "Digital signal processing in GNSS receivers", Handbook of Position Location: Theory, Practice, and Advances , Hoboken, NJ, USA, 10/2011.
Fantino, M., M. Pini, P. Mulassano, G. Girau, M. Nicola, and A. Nordio, "Signal Compression for an Efficient and Simplified GNSS Signal Parallel Acquisition", Proceeding ION GNSS 2008 Int. Technical Meeting , Savannah, Georgia (USA), 09/2008.
Fantino, M., A. Molino, and M. Nicola, "An Acquisition Strategy Suitable for Software GNSS Receivers", The European Navigation Conference (ENC 2009), Napoli, Italia, 05/2009.
Fantino, M., P. Mulassano, and F. Dovis, "Acquisition and Tracking Performance of the CBOC Modulation via Simulation", Workshop on Galileo Signals and Signal Processing, Toulouse, France, 10/2006.
Fantino, M., A. Molino, P. Mulassano, M. Nicola, and M. Pini, "N-Gene: A GPS and Galileo Fully Software Receiver", From Software Defined Radio to Cognitive Networks (SDR-Italy’09 Workshop), Pisa, Italy, 07/2009.
Fantino, M., A. Poggio, and M. Noussan, "DHC and ICT: potentialities and opportunities of a synergy", 2nd International DHC+ Research Conference REdevelop, REcreate, REthink, Bruxelles, Belgium, 11/2013.
Favenza, A., and N. Linty, "Exploiting Standardized Metadata for GNSS SDR Remote Processing: a Case Study", ION GNSS+ 2016, Portland, Oregon (USA), 09/2016.
Favenza, A., C. Rossi, M. Pasin, and F. Dominici, "A Cloud-based Approach to GNSS Augmentation for Navigation Services", 7th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Utility and Cloud Computing (UCC), London, United Kingdom, 12/2014.
Favenza, A., M. Pasin, G. Marucco, J. Huang, and F. Scullino, "Challenges and Opportunities of EGNOS/EDAS Augmentation and Integrity Computation in the Cloud", 27th International Technical Meeting of The Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS+), Tampa, Florida, USA, pp. 3343-3351, 09/2014.
Favenza, A., M. Cataldi, M. L. Sapino, and A. Messina, "Topic Development Based Refinement of Audio-Segmented Television News", Proceedings of the 13th international conference on Natural Language and Information Systems: Applications of Natural Language to Information Systems: Springer Verlag Berlin, pp. 226–232, 2008.
Fernández Hermida, D., M. Rodelgo Lacruz, A. Bianco, D. Cuda, G. Gavilanes Castillo, C. López Bravo, and F. J. González Castaño, "AWG-based Optical Switches Performance using Crosstalk Limiting Schedulers ", Computer Networks, vol. 56, no. 13, pp. 3099-3109, 09/2012.
Fernández-Prades, C., L. Lo Presti, and E. Falletti, "Satellite Radiolocalization From GPS to GNSS and Beyond: Novel Technologies and Applications for Civil Mass Market", Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 99, no. 11, pp. 1882 - 1904, 11/2011.
Ferraris, M., D. Milanese, Y. Menke, Q. Chen, M. Chiesa, and E. Giamello, "EPR and UV–Vis characterization of multicomponent germano-silicate glasses for photonics", Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, pp. 2267-2278, 2006.
Ferrera, E., D. Conzon, P. Brizzi, L. Gomes, M. Jentsch, and P. Kool, "XMPP-based Network Management infrastructure for agile IoT application deployment and configuration", Innovation in Clouds, Internet and Networks - ICIN 2016, Paris, France, 03/2016.