Working Papers

Working Papers

This regular Inside GNSS column explores the technical and scientific themes that underpin Global Navigation Satellite System programs and applications.

It features analyses and discussions by engineers and researchers on topics ranging from GNSS interoperability to preferred technologies for GNSS receivers to antispoofing tools for GNSS signals.

The column is coordinated by Prof. Dr.-Ing Günter Hein, head of Galileo Operations and Evolution Department of the European Space Agency.


This regular Inside GNSS column explores the technical and scientific themes that underpin Global Navigation Satellite System programs and applications.

It features analyses and discussions by engineers and researchers on topics ranging from GNSS interoperability to preferred technologies for GNSS receivers to antispoofing tools for GNSS signals.

The column is coordinated by Prof. Dr.-Ing Günter Hein, head of Galileo Operations and Evolution Department of the European Space Agency.

Previously, he was a full professor and director of the Institute of Geodesy and Navigation at the University FAF Munich. He is one of the CBOC inventors. He is also member of the European Commission’s Galileo Signal Task Force and founder of the annual Munich Satellite Navigation Summit in Germany.

If you have questions or comments, or would like to contribute to “Working Papers,” contact Dr. Hein.

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