New Builds • July 27, 2016
A First-to-Market Galileo Update for Numerous JLT Products Allows Concurrent Operation of GPS/Glonass/BeiDou With the New Galileo Satellite Navigation System -- Improving Performance and Reliability
Jackson Labs Technologies, Inc. (JLT), a designer and manufacturer GNSS, timing and frequency equipment, has announced several new products with full support for Europe’s Galileo system, including a Galileo-Enabled Multi-GNSS Disciplined Oscillator (GNSDO) and a free software retrofit that adds Galileo functionality to existing products.
July 30, 2016 - August 7, 2016
Events • July 20, 2016
Spirent’s Positioning Technology Unit Receives RIN’s Navigation Award for Technical Achievement
July 20, 2016
Inside GNSS • July/August 2016
1. CARTOON FRENZY
Human Engineering • July/August 2016
Yu — or Jade, in English — Morton is an electrical engineer, a professor at Colorado State University (bound for the University of Colorado Boulder in 2017), and a shining star in the world of GNSS. She left work for eight years to be a full-time mother, then returned to a university professorship and high-level research, where she has been recognized for her work on ionospheric effects on global navigation satellite systems.
Thinking Aloud • July/August 2016
Now is the summer of our content, made inglorious winter by, well, just a bunch of stuff.
Name your poison. Brexit. Terrorism near and far. An unpopularity contest passed off as the U.S. presidential election. Yapping dogs in the neighbor’s yard. The Chicago Cubs threatening to blow their World Series chances once again. And global warming? Even the lawn-grass has stopped growing in the heat.
July 8, 2016
Department of Transportation Calls for More Testing of GPS/GNSS Receivers for Adjacent Band Compatibility
A Federal Register notice published on July 7, 2016 announced Department of Transportation (DoT) plans to conduct additional testing of GPS/GNSS receivers this month as part of their Adjacent Band Compatibility (ABC) Study. The notice was issued by DoT Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology Gregory Winfree.
November 1, 2016 - November 3, 2016
Stanford, California USA
GNSS Solutions • July/August 2016
Q: How does one compute the noise power to simulate real and complex GNSS signals?