Dana A. Goward, Author at Inside GNSS - Global Navigation Satellite Systems Engineering, Policy, and Design

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June 25, 2019
Maritime Groups Call for International Resolution Against Jamming & Spoofing

Fourteen maritime organizations have petitioned the U.S. Coast Guard to seek a resolution by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to address disruption of…

By Dana A. Goward


June 11, 2019
Long Delay for Chimera Indicates Possible GPS & PNT Leadership Shortfall

I read with great enthusiasm Dee Ann Divis’ article New Chimera Signal Enhancement Could Spoof-Proof GPS Receivers. Logan Scott is one of the brightest…

By Dana A. Goward


May 14, 2019
DOT to Congress – ‘We Are Working to Implement a Terrestrial Timing System’

In a response to an inquiry by House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Peter DeFazio, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) provided an outline…

By Dana A. Goward


April 12, 2019
Spectrum, Backups & Agriculture Among Topics at First GPS Caucus Event

“GPS 101” was the title of the GPS Caucus inaugural event last week at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. The caucus was recently…

By Dana A. Goward


February 28, 2019
Report: Russian Navy Gets New Precision Terrestrial System to Backup GPS/GLONASS

According to a news report,“Sprut-N1 [a] new-generation precision navigation radio system (RNS) has been created for the Russian Navy. It will determine geographic…

By Dana A. Goward


October 4, 2018
Protecting GNSS and Users – The Ideal APNT

According to the European Commission “…GNSS cannot be the sole means of PNT information … for critical applications requiring continuous availability and fail-safe…

By Dana A. Goward