Minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR) beamformer is an one of the well-known space-time antijamming techniques for global navigation satellite system (GNSS). It can jointly utilize spatial filter and temporal filter to suppress interference signals. However, the computational complexity is usually so high that it is difficult to apply in engineering problems. In order to solve this problem, a novel MVDR algorithm based on rank-reducing transformation (RRT) and multistage wiener filter (MWF) is proposed for reducing the computational complexity, named as RRT-MWF-MVDR algorithm. Via the characteristics of the oppressive jamming environment and the steering vector of satellite signal, a rank-reducing transformation is given. By the rank-reducing transformation, a rank reduction is realized for the high dimensional received data. Taking these received data with reduced rank as the input of the MWF, the forward decomposition and backward iteration are accomplished. Then the equivalent reduced rank matrix and equivalent weight vector of MWF can be given, respectively. Finally, the space-time two-dimensional antijamming weight vector is given by the mathematical relationship between the reduced-rank matrix and the weight vector.The proposed method can effectively avoid the inverse of high-dimensional matrix. The proposed method offers a number of advantages over the existing algorithms. For example, (1) it has less computational load and is easier to be executed in practical application. (2) It can maintain higher output signal-to-interference-noise ratio (SINR). Simulation results verify the effectiveness of proposed method.
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