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GNSS NEWS

June 3, 2021

A Book for our 21st Century Times

A new tome — make that two new tomes — join the bookshelf of essential, authoritative references for GNSS users. They widen the information umbrella significantly to cover all PNT technologies, their sensors, integrations and applications.

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By Alan Cameron
June 2, 2021

Anti-Jamming Kits for Dismounted Soldiers

TRX Systems delivered its Dismount Electronic Warfare (EW) Kit to the U.S. Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO). The system is a prototype to extend Electronic Warfare (EW) and Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) for the dismounted warfighter.

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INDUSTRY VIEW

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June 9, 2021

Next-Gen TV Technology Demonstrates High-Precision Positioning, Potentially for Autonomy

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June 8, 2021

High-filtering Antennas Build Interference Robustness, Reject Out-of-band Signals

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June 3, 2021

GNSS-Equipped Driverless RaceCar for the Indy Autonomous Challenge Unveiled

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GNSS TIMELINE

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May 6, 2021

Unjammable and Tough on the Ground: New IMUs Improve Military Ground Vehicle Positioning & Navigation

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March 11, 2021

Frontiers of GNSS Accuracy Explored at Munich Summit Session Wednesday, March 17; Moderated by Inside GNSS

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March 10, 2021

ESA and GMV Present Field Results Friday, March 12 on Fused GNSS – 5G Localization

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COLUMNS & EDITORIALS

May 31, 2021

Getting to E5 With Ease: An AltBOC Double-Sideband Receiver Based on Single-Sideband Correlation

A novel method to track Galileo E5 AltBOC signal phase adjusts and then combines the correlation results of the upper sideband and lower sideband signal to form a double-sideband correlation result, which is equivalent to AltBOC wideband receiving to some extent. Thus, a Galileo E5 wideband receiver can be achieved with only minor modification to a traditional GNSS single-sideband receiver. The method can be further applied to other binary offset carrier (BOC) signals.

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