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December 2, 2009

Trimble Dimensions China User Conference 2009

Trimble will hold its first user conference in China on December 15-17 at the Jiuhua Resort and Conference Center in Beijing. It will cover civilian technology only.

The theme "Exploration Has No Boundaries," draws comparisons between 15th century navigator Zhenghe, the 2008 space mission Shenqui, and the use of positioning technology to steer exploration.

Trimble head Steve Bergland will deliver one of the conference keynotes.

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Royal Institute of Navigation NAV09

NAV09, the Royal Institute of Navigation’s annual conference, will be
held at four different locations covering five different areas of navigation throughout November.
November 10: Maritime
"Shipbourne Navigation – What’s Coming Next?"
Southampton Solent University Conference Centre.
November 12: Positioning and Location
"Now and into the Future. Looking Beyond the Horizon"
University of Nottingham.
November 19: Land

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November 15, 2009

GNSS Signals 2009

The fourth European workshop on GNSS signals and signal processing will take place at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany on Thursday and Friday, December 10-11 2009.

The keynote speech on “European GNSS Programs Status and Perspectives on Signals” will be given by Frédéric Bastide, European Commission (DG-Energy & Transport).

The full program can be downloaded from the website below.

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Berlin GNSS Symposium 2009

The international Symposium on GNSS, Space-based and Ground-based Augmentation Systems and Applications 2009 will take place at the Rathaus Wilmersdorf, Fehrbelliner Platz 4, in Berlin from Monday, November 30 through Wednesday, December 2.

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The 2010 International Symposium on Certification of GNSS Systems and Services (CERGAL) will take place from April 28-29, 2010 in Rostock, on the Baltic Sea in the north of Germany.

The event includes a technical program and an industry exhibition.

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November 14, 2009

ICG-5, Fifth meeting of the International Committee on GNSS

Torino, Italy

The International Committee on GNSS (ICG), is a voluntary United Nations–backed association that brings together GNSS and augmentation providers — including the United States, Russia, European Union, China, India, and Japan — and associate members representing key user communities.

The group will hold their fifth meeting at the International Training Center in Turin, Italy on October 18-22, 2010. It will be hosted by Italy and the European Union.

Sessions include discussions of GNSS technology in an era of multi-gnss receivers and timing,

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November 11, 2009

2010 ION International Technical Meeting (ITM 2010)

The Institute of Navigation’s 2010 International Technical Meeting will take place at the Catamaran Resort Hotel in San Diego, California from Monday, January 25 through Wednesday, January 27.

This year’s plenary session, Navigation Behind Close Doors: Challenges of Indoor and Urban Navigation, focuses on challenges for first responders and navigation in urban canyons and underground.

Browse the full program online.

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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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