NavtechGPS Seminar: Advanced GPS /GNSS Signals and Systems

NavtechGPS Seminar: Advanced GPS /GNSS Signals and Systems

Specifically designed for those attending the 2013 Institute of Navigation GNSS conference, this four-day course will take place before that event on Friday, September 13; Saturday, September 14; Monday, September 16 and Tuesday, September 17 in Nashville, Tennessee.

It will be taught by Dr. John Betz, the MITRE Corporation.

This course requires a solid background in GPS and familiarity with basic signal processing techniques and engineering mathematics.

Specifically designed for those attending the 2013 Institute of Navigation GNSS conference, this four-day course will take place before that event on Friday, September 13; Saturday, September 14; Monday, September 16 and Tuesday, September 17 in Nashville, Tennessee.

It will be taught by Dr. John Betz, the MITRE Corporation.

This course requires a solid background in GPS and familiarity with basic signal processing techniques and engineering mathematics.

Students will develop proficiency in advanced receiver processing of modernized
and new signals from GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou and QZSS.

They will learn how to take advantage of signals from multiple systems.

The course will also cover systems engineering skills and receiver processing techniques.

Over three decades, Virginia-based NavtechGPS has trained engineers and professionals in GPS / GNSS and precise positioning technology. The company offers custom solutions for military, commercial and research integration projects. They are re-sellers of GNSS-related equipment, accessories, books and software from more than 30 manufacturers.

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