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Events • March 7, 2012

Going to Nashville in September? Submit your ION GNSS 2012 Abstracts by March 9

Join the 250 other technical presenters at this year's Institute of Navigation GNSS conference and submit your abstract by Friday, March 9.

The U.S. Institute of Navigation sponsors the world's oldest and largest conference on global navigation satellite systems. ION GNSS 2012 will take place next September 17 through 21 at the Nashville Convention Center in Tennessee. Tutorials and the CGSIC meeting will take place on September 17 and 18.

February 25, 2012

China Launches 11th Compass/BeiDou-2 Satellite

China successfully launched a satellite into space at 00:12 Beijing Time on February 25 (February 24, 16:12 UTC/GMT), the 11th of the nation's second-generation Beidou, or Compass, GNSS system.

The satellite, launched from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in the southwestern Sichuan province, was carried by a Long March-3C carrier rocket into a geosynchronous orbit. It is the fifth geostationary spacecraft in the current BeiDou-2 constellation.

Inside GNSS • January/February 2012

Challenges in GNSS /INS Integration

GNSS and inertial technologies have a complicated mutual history.

Once competitors for navigation and positioning applications, they now appear ever more frequently in complementary roles — often within the same solution or system design.

August 1, 2012 - August 3, 2012
Hue, Vietnam
May 4, 2012 - May 5, 2012
Rome, Italy
April 17, 2012 - April 18, 2012
Moscow, Russia
November 13, 2012 - November 15, 2012
Sydney, Australia
October 3, 2012 - October 4, 2012
Helsinki, Finland
December 27, 2011

China Publishes Compass /BeiDou "Test Version" of ICD; Key Data Missing

[Updated January 3, 2012] China released a long-awaited “test version” interface control document (ICD) for its Compass (BeiDou-2) GNSS system today (December 27, 2011). The 11-page publication covers its open B1 civil signal centered at 1561.098 MHz.

Inside GNSS • November/December 2011

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