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Advanced Receiver Processing of GNSS Signals: NavtechGPS

European Space Agency’s ESTEC in Noordwijk
European Space Agency’s ESTEC in Noordwijk

NavtechGPS will offer a four-day public venue course from March 5 though 8 at the European Space Agency’s Space Research and Technology Center (ESA/ ESTEC) in Noordwijk, Netherlands.

"Advanced Receiver Processing of GNSS Signals" (Course 541) will be taught by John Betz, MITRE and James Sennott, Tracking and Imaging Systems, Inc.

NavtechGPS will offer a four-day public venue course from March 5 though 8 at the European Space Agency’s Space Research and Technology Center (ESA/ ESTEC) in Noordwijk, Netherlands.

"Advanced Receiver Processing of GNSS Signals" (Course 541) will be taught by John Betz, MITRE and James Sennott, Tracking and Imaging Systems, Inc.

The course is designed for those who would like to develop expertise in the characteristics and processing of current and planned GNSS signals. Participants should be familiar with GPS fundamentals, basic signal processing techniques and terminology and general engineering mathematics.

Over 25 years, NavtechGPS has organized basic and advanced GNSS seminars for engineers and technical professionals. The company also provides GPS/GNSS applications solutions for military and research customers, with product choices from more than 30 manufacturers.