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October 12, 2020

You Need M-Code. We Have It Now.

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L3Harris has it available for U.S. armed forces across all programs and platforms.

We are proud to announce that L3Harris is the first company to achieve full approval for its M-code GPS receiver products. L3Harris M-code products are security certified, production qualified, and available to purchase for integration and operational use on DoD platforms.

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New Vision-RTK Positioning Sensor with Inertial Overcomes Multiple Vulnerabilities

Fixposition announced its new Vision-RTK positioning sensor, a compact centimeter-accurate solution with high reliability and availability in GNSS-challenged environments, at the Intergeo Digital event and industrial exposition. The sensor’s  fusion algorithm deeply integrates satellite, camera and inertial sensors for reliability and availability in diverse and challenging applications.

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October 8, 2020

Army’s MAPS Alternative PNT for GPS Jamming Awarded to Collins

Collins Aerospace received a program-of-record contract to mature and integrate a positioning, navigation and timing system for the U.S. Army’s for the Army’s increasingly sophisticated manned ground vehicles. The Mounted Assured Position Navigation and Timing System (MAPS) will maintain the integrity of positioning and timing during operations in GPS-contested environments.

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A Pure L5 Mobile Receiver

A new GNSS receiver for mobile consumer products uses only the modernized, wideband signals at L5, with an acquisition engine to acquire the signals directly and a navigation engine employing artificial intelligence techniques to fully exploit all the signals in L5’s 50MHz-wide band.

By Greg Turetzky and Paul McBurney, oneNav

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