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Rakon Offers New Manta TCXO for GNSS Applications and High-sensitivity Communications

Rakon, the New Zealand-based manufacturer of frequency timing solutions, has launched a new TCXO in its Manta Series.

The HT7500/HVT7500 temperature-controlled oscillator combines discrete design and ASIC compensation in a compact standard 7m x 5m x 1.9m SMD package. It offers high-quality stability and phase noise.

Advanced IC technology, using unique fifth-order compensation over wide temperature ranges (-40°C to 85°C), makes this TCXO suitable for GNSS applications and for use in precision GPS where low phase noise is required.

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Leica Geosystems Announces New Measurement System

Leica Viva from Leica Geosystems is a new-generation measurement system that combines a number of technologies into a portfolio of total stations, GNSS receiver, system controllers and onboard software.

The Viva GNSS suite’s  GS10 and GS15 system controllers can be used for all tasks and setups for GNSS surveying and construction, including all-on-the-pole or backpack rover; mounted on a car, quad or boat; RTK field base station; and long term monitoring sensor.

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September 16, 2009

u-blox Software Will Support Microsoft Windows 7 Location API

u-blox has its support of Microsoft Corp.’s initiative to facilitate development of location-aware applications on Windows 7.

Through the release of u-blox’ driver supporting Microsoft’s Sensor and Location application programming interface (API), software developers will have a standardized interface to the entire line of u-blox GPS chips and modules, according to Michael Ammann, u-blox’s vice-president of embedded software. The Sensor and Location platform for Windows 7 provides a simple way to access data from a wide range of external sensors.

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Anritsu Selects IFEN GNSS RF Simulator for A-GPS Testing

Anritsu Corporation, a Japanese manufacturer of test and measurement equipment, has selected IFEN’s NavX-NCS Standard GNSS simulator as its assisted-GPS (A-GPS) test system for use in developing mobile terminals.

The NavX-NCS is a GNSS RF navigation constellation simulator capable of simulataneously simulating signals from up to nine L-band frequencies in the GPS, Galileo, GLONASS (including its new G1 frequency), and QZSS systems.

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September 8, 2009

American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2009 Fall Meeting

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) fall meeting includes more than 600 sessions and attracts 16,000 attendees from universities, government agencies and scientific societies. Its scientific program covers topics in all areas of Earth and space sciences and cuts across the boundaries of multiple disciplines.

It will be held in the West and South buildings at the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco from December 14 to December 18 2009.

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September 7, 2009

GeoForm+ 2010 /GeoWAY

GeoWAY, now in its fifth year, will cover intelligent transport systems and satellite navigation. It will take place in Pavillion 1, Hall 1 at the Crocus Exposition Center in Moscow, Russia from March 30 to April 2 2010.

It is one of the four specialized exhibitions of GeoForm+ 2010, the seventh international industrial Forum of geodesy, cartography, navigation, geoinformation systems, engineering geology and geophysics, tunnel and utility systems construction.

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ESA European Space Weather Week (ESWW6)

The sixth European Space Weather Week gathering will take place November 16-20 2009 at the Oud Sin-Jan conference center in Bruges, a UNESCO world heritage site. The welcome reception will take place in the Gothic Meeting Hall of the city.

The meeting is divided into five sessions on topical themes and a wrap-up of the key issues and a roundtable discussion on future European directions in space weather.It will also include a space weather fair.

The abstract submission deadline is September 14, 2009.

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International Symposium on GPS/GNSS 2009

This year, the International Symposium on GPS/GNSS, which rotates throughout the Asia-Pacific region, will take place in semitropical Jeju, Korea’s only island province, November 4 to 6, 2009.

The theme is "Interchangeability for PnP GNSS".

The chair of the program committee is Chungnam National University Professor Sang Jeong Lee.

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