This publication describes systems and techniques directed to the radio interference resistant determination of geolocation using a multi-frequency global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver. The described systems and techniques include user equipment (UE) having a multi-frequency GNSS receiver and a geolocation manager application. The geolocation manager application, when executed by a processor of the UE, directs the UE to perform multiple operations that include determining one or more radio interference conditions that may be caused by subsystems of the UE. Based on the determined radio interference conditions, the processor of the UE uses an algorithm of the geolocation manager application to determine the best estimation of the UE’s geolocation. Determining the best estimation of the UE’s geolocation includes constructing a cost function and applying an optimization model to signaling received through the multi-frequency GNSS receiver.
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Liang, Jing and McDonnell, Nicholas M., "Radio Interference Resistant Determination of a Geolocation Using a Multi-Frequency Global Navigation Satellite System Receiver", Technical Disclosure Commons, (August 12, 2019)