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Ventures • January 24, 2018

AXIS-GPS Providing Applanix Products, Solutions for Land and Air Survey Customers in Israel

Applanix, a Trimble Company, and AXIS-GPS recently announced that AXIS-GPS has been selected to provide Applanix' products, support, and service to air and land clients in Israel. 

Events • January 24, 2018

Topcon Positioning Group's 2018 Technology Roadshow Kicks Off End-User Training Tour Across North America

Featuring the latest construction, survey, civil engineering, architecture and design technologies in a hands-on educational environment, the Topcon Technology Roadshow is designed to bring the scope of Topcon solutions to a multitude of locations.

Inside GNSS • January/February 2018

GSA's GNSS Opinion Leaders

Michael Ritter is president of Hexagon Positioning Intelligence and also serves as president and CEO of NovAtel Inc. “One of the businesses we are in is making high-end, very-high-signal-quality, very-low-group-delay GNSS receivers,” Ritter told us.

Inside GNSS • January/February 2018

RNSS and the ITU Radio Regulations

GNSS Solutions • January/February 2018

What is navigation message authentication?

Q: What is navigation message authentication?  

A: As of today, all open civil GNSS signals are transmitted in the clear, conforming to interface specifications that are fully available in the public domain. Receivers will accept any input that conforms to the specifications and treat it as if it came from a GNSS satellite. Combined with the extremely low power levels of GNSS signals this makes it almost trivially simple to spoof a GNSS receiver.

Inside GNSS • January/February 2018

Congressional Mandate Means More Work on New Military GPS Receivers

The Air Force is scouring the landscape for its next round of receiver technology now that the first increment of its military receiver development program is moving into a deeper testing phase.

Though this expanded effort has to fulfill a long established requirement — the Air Force must develop a multi-service, handheld receiver — the GPS program is now also working on a congressional mandate requiring that American military equipment also incorporate signals from other nation’s satellite navigation constellations, maybe even all of those constellations.

Inside GNSS • January/February 2018

Spectral Transparent Adhesive

In the past two decades, satellite navigation systems have undergone great development. The development of new generations of global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), represented by GPS III, Galileo, and the BeiDou global system (BDS), is rapidly advancing.

May 21, 2018 - May 24, 2018
Resort at Squaw Creek | Olympic Valley, California, USA
New Builds • January 19, 2018

BeiDou Phase 3 Signals Added to Spirent's GNSS RF Constellation Simulators

Spirent Communications plc, a provider in BeiDou, GPS and other GNSS testing solutions, announced this week that BeiDou Phase 3 signals have been added to its GNSS RF constellation simulators. The addition of these new signals to the GSS7000 and GSS9000 simulators follows the launch of the first two Beidou-3 satellites in November 2017.

January 17, 2018

Iridium Seeks More Ground Terminals, Raising GPS Interference Concerns

GPS firms are concerned about a proposal by another L band satellite firm to build more ground terminals as part of a combined satellite-ground communication network.  

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