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October 20, 2007
Turning Point

Historians sometimes speak of the Axial Age, referring to an ancient era that saw the coincident appearance of major religious and philosophical movements in widely scattered regions of the world. It represented a turning point in the course of human affairs.

This first decade of the 21st century may prove to be the Axial Age of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) community. Consider these signs and portents:

The U.S. Global Positioning System is poised to regain its momentum and sense of direction.

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October 17, 2007
Spirent GNSS Simulator User Conference

Spirent engineers and other GNSS professionals present papers on new developments in GNSS. Customers will present real-life case studies and Spirent Positioning Technology…

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October 16, 2007
Human Engineering

Human Engineering is an occasional feature that profiles GNSS engineers in industry, academia, the military and government. Want to know someone’s favorite equation?…

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October 14, 2007
About Augmentation/Regional Systems

Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems – Japan Civil Aviation Bureau Augmentation systems are designed to improve one or more qualities of a GNSS system or…

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October 14, 2007
GPS

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October 9, 2007
GNSS Signal 2008

The third CNES-ESA workshop on GNSS signals and signal processing will provide an overview of the Galileo and other GNSS signals, characteristics, and…

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October 9, 2007
Thinking Aloud

Editorial from the first issue of Inside GNSS, January 2006:

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October 7, 2007
GNSS Solutions

“GNSS Solutions” is a regular column featuring questions and answers about technical aspects of GNSS. Readers are invited to send their questions to…

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October 7, 2007
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…

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October 3, 2007
NAVSUP 2008: Navigation in Support of Human Activity at Sea

The Polish Naval Academy and Institute of Navigation and Hydrography will host the XVI International Scientific and Technical Conference for The Role of…

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October 3, 2007
Per Enge

Per Enge is the Kleiner-Perkins, Mayfield, Sequoia Capital Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University. He is coauthor, with Pratap Misra,…

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October 2, 2007
Vidal Ashkenazi

Professor Vidal Ashkenazi is chief executive of U.K.-based Nottingham Scientific Ltd, and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. He was the…

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October 2, 2007
František Vejražka

Professor František Vejražka graduated with a master of science degree in engineering from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University…

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October 2, 2007
Linyuan Xia

In 2007, Linyuan Xia was appointed as a leading professor at Sun Yat-Sen University in Guangzhou, China, where he conducts research and teaches…

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October 2, 2007
Akio Yasuda

Akio Yasuda is chairman of the GPS Society of the Japan Institute of Navigation and vice president of the Japan GPS Council. From…

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