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April 17, 2017

Europe's GNSS Receiver Standard Nears Approval

European Union (EU) member countries are close to adopting a standard for satellite navigation receivers.

The proposed standard covers Satellite Earth Stations and Systems (SESS) as well as GNSS receivers operating in the bands 1164 MHz to 1300 MHz and 1559 MHz to 1610 MHz. Receivers must be able to withstand interference from adjacent bands at the listed levels.

April 13, 2017

BeiDou’s Applications, Role in Asia Continue to Evolve

Asia is booming, and China’s BeiDou satellite navigation system seems prepped to boom right along with the growing region.

April 12, 2017

Upcoming Webinar: UAS Mapping & Survey — Direct Georeferencing and LiDAR

Don’t miss next week’s exciting webinar on direct georeferencing (DG) and LiDAR when moderator James Poss, Maj Gen (Ret), and an expert panel will address how combining DG with LiDAR technology small and light enough to fit onto a UAS is a breakthrough that brings with it many benefits.

April 11, 2017

Japan’s Second Michibiki Satellite Will Boost QZSS

Officials at the Tsukuba Space Center of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) announced that the second satellite in the Japanese Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) is scheduled for launch in June.

Designed to boost the accuracy and reception of the existing GPS system for Japan, a new version of a satellite that will orbit directly over the Japanese archipelago was unveiled last week. It will improve the existing GPS and provide a better positioning reading for the people in Japan.

April 10, 2017

Debate Continues on ATC Privatization 

Discussions continue on the pros and cons surrounding the possible privatization of the nation’s Air Traffic Control (ATC), with opponents sharing concerns and a proposal by President Trump aimed at looking into taking the air operations duties away from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

New Builds • April 10, 2017

Skyworks Launches Low-Power LNA for GNSS Radio Receiver Applications

Skyworks Solutions of Woburn, Massachusetts, has launched the SKY65623-682LF low-noise amplifier (LNA) for applications including wearables, asset trackers, navigation devices, and action cameras.

The SKY65623-682LF is a Microwave Monolithic Integrated Circuit (MMIC) front-end LNA designed for GNSS radio receiver applications. The device is designed to provide low current consumption (1mA @ 1.8V supply), optimal gain, and a superior noise figure (NF). Output matching components are embedded inside the device. Only one external input matching inductor is required.

Inside GNSS • March/April 2017

GNSS Hotspots

1. ANTARCTIC OASIS
Antarctic Peninsula

New Builds • April 7, 2017

Trimble Introduces Trimble ABX-Two OEM GNSS Sensor for System Integrators

Trimble introduces the Trimble ABX-Two OEM GNSS sensor, designed to deliver precise heading, pitch, roll and 3D positioning information.

With two internal MB-Two modules, the ABX-Two offers a third antenna option that provides a drift-free, absolute attitude solution. The ABX-Two is well-suited for a wide variety of applications such as agriculture, automotive, aviation, construction and marine systems.

The announcement was made April 6 at Ocean Business 2017, an international event for ocean technology.

April 7, 2017

Poland in “POSITION” for a Big Role in GNSS

Thanks to the POSITION project funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA), Poland is primed to become a bigger player in the GNSS landscape in Europe.

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