The Air Force is defending the new GPS ground system, taking a stand against naysayers in Congress and declaring through its actions an intent to stick with the Next Generation Operational Control System program (OCX) — at least for now.
This professor of electrical engineering and expert in ionospheric effects on satellites said "I have fallen in love with GNSS over and over again."
in a Multi-System Environment
Several global and regional reference networks monitor multiple GNSS systems. In this article, researchers describe the International GNSS Monitoring & Assessment Service and compare its performance with the International GNSS Service and Japan’s Multi-GNSS Monitoring Network.
GLONASS CDMA L3 Ambiguity Resolution
Researchers in Australia present their first results of GLONASS CDMA L3 ambiguity resolution, assessing the performance of geometry-free and geometry-fixed methods and comparing the outcomes with their GPS L5 counterparts.
Researchers describe the result of investigations into three narrowband interference mitigation methods based on time and frequency processing and compare them in terms of signal acquisition and tracking performance.
Fortunes Will Turn
The tortoises of the GNSS race are looking more like thoroughbreds.
GNSS & the Law
A Japanese attorney specializing in space law discusses the legal context of Japan's Quasi-Zenith Satellite System
Pokemon frenzy, Null Island, GLONASS postage and the largest 12th century city in the world