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August 11, 2020

VectorNav Introduces New Miniature IMU and GNSS/INS Product Line

VectorNav Technologies, the world leader in embedded navigation solutions, introduced today a groundbreaking new line of inertial products: the VectorNav Tactical Embedded. Featuring a tactical-grade IMU and a multi-band GNSS receivers, the Tactical Embedded delivers milliradian attitude accuracy and centimeter-level positioning capability in a miniature 15 gram package.

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By Inside GNSS
August 10, 2020

Emirates Join GNSS Crowd, Will Launch SatNav Next Year

The United Arab Emirates will launch a navigation satellite in 2021, according to the Emirates News Agency. “The first satellite will be launched in 2021 and the second — a technologically enhanced one — the following year,” said Dr. Khaled Al Hashmi, Director of the National Space Science and Technology Centre (NSSTC) at UAE University in Al Ain.

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By Inside GNSS
August 10, 2020

GPS III Advances with M, 4 and 3

The new GPS Military-Code (M-Code) Early Use (MCEU) hardware and software upgrade successfully took place on July 27 at the GPS Operational Control System (OCS) at the Master Control Station at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado and Alternate Master Control Stations at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.

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By Inside GNSS
August 4, 2020

Ready, Steady, Go — Here at Last Comes GLONASS-K

The third next-generation GLONASS-K navigation satellite, postponed several times, will now take place in late August or early September, according to reported statements by Russian space industry sources. This marks a long-delayed step along a road towards interoperability with other GNSS. The first GLONASS-K satellite was launched in 2011 and a second one in 2014.

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By Inside GNSS
August 3, 2020

Galileo’s High Accuracy Service: Field Experimentation of Data Dissemination Schemes

Galileo will provide a High Accuracy Service (HAS) with positioning performance in the 20-cm range, disseminating Precise Point Positioning (PPP) corrections through the Galileo E6-B signal. Test results of a data encoding and dissemination scheme in different user environments demonstrate a reception time of the corrections in a few seconds in good channel conditions, and less than half a minute with severe channel impairments.

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By Inside GNSS
August 3, 2020

Time and Frequency Server with GPS M-Code Receiver

Microchip Technology’s new time and frequency server with an embedded M-Code GPS receiver gives protection to military communication systems, radar and networks from the threats associated with intentional GPS jamming and spoofing, as well as cybersecurity risks to critical infrastructure.

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By Inside GNSS
July 31, 2020

Senator Takes a Stand for GPS

U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, announced that he has placed a hold on the nomination of Mike O’Rielly to a third term as Federal Communications Commision (FCC) Commissioner until O’Rielly publicly commits to vote to overturn the current Ligado Order.

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INDUSTRY VIEW

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August 6, 2020

New Software Enables Earlier, More Efficient Testing and Accelerates Product Development

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August 3, 2020

Time and Frequency Server with GPS M-Code Receiver

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July 6, 2020

Silicon MEMS Accelerometer: the Latest Disruptor

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GNSS TIMELINE

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July 17, 2020

MyGalileoDrone Contest Open For Submissions

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July 14, 2020

ION, InterGeo Both Declare Virtual Events for the Fall

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June 24, 2020

High-Performance Accelerometer Boosts UAV Navigation and Control Stability

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COLUMNS & EDITORIALS

August 3, 2020

Galileo’s High Accuracy Service: Field Experimentation of Data Dissemination Schemes

Galileo will provide a High Accuracy Service (HAS) with positioning performance in the 20-cm range, disseminating Precise Point Positioning (PPP) corrections through the Galileo E6-B signal. Test results of a data encoding and dissemination scheme in different user environments demonstrate a reception time of the corrections in a few seconds in good channel conditions, and less than half a minute with severe channel impairments.

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