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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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By Inside GNSS
September 24, 2020

The Time and the Place: Threats From Within

It has become fashionable of late in U.S. government circles to undermine the U.S. defense forces. The General Accounting Office (GAO), the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) and the White House (POTUS) have all pitched in, doing their share to weaken the capability and downgrade the tools with which our warfighters enter conflict.

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By Alan Cameron

Bynav Introduces C1 GNSS Receiver

Bynav (Hunan Bynav Technology Co., Ltd.), a supplier of GNSS high-precision receivers in China’s vehicle testing market, has released two commercial products: the C1 GNSS real-time kinematic (RTK) OEM receiver and A1 industrial-grade IMU-enhanced GNSS OEM receiver, based on its proprietary GNSS baseband ASIC Alita and RFIC Ripley.

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By Inside GNSS
September 21, 2020

Galileo Security Monitoring Center Developing Counter-Cyber Defenses and Responses

The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Europe held a virtual workshop in early September on the topic of “Cybersecurity in and for Space Operations.” Speakers told attendees of the threats posed to vital space systems, including Galileo and GPS, by foreign hackers, cyber warfare and online espionage, and of initiatives to harden satellite capabilities against cyber attacks.

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GNSS Radio Occultation Measures Signal Time Delay for Improved Weather Forecasting

A satellite launching in November will use GNSS – Radio Occultation (GNSS-RO) to collect highly accurate global temperature and humidity information as an aid to more accurate and more advanced weather forecasting. Developed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the spacecraft’s GNSS-RO instrument tracks GNSS satellite signals to measure the physical properties of Earth’s atmosphere.

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