January-February 2010 Editorial Preview - Inside GNSS

January-February 2010 Editorial Preview

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Ad closing deadline, January-February issue: January 8
Ad materials due: January 13

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COVER STORY
Realtime Scoring and Classification of Munitions
Miguel Cardoza, Jeffrey Cook, William Adamez, Trident Research LLC
Scientists with military systems engineers Trident Research describe a highly accurate, realtime, portable, and low-cost alternative to traditional weapons testing systems. It incorporates state-of-the-art acoustic, GNSS, and data processing and analysis technologies and has been undergoing tests at the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground since May 2009.

TECHNICAL ARTICLE
The Civil GPS Monitoring Performance Specification
Thomas Nagle, GPS Wing, Brent Renfro, Space and Geophysics Laboratory of Applied Research Laboratories, University of Texas Austin, and John Lavrakas, Advanced Research Corporation
Authors from the GPS Wing and associated contractors reveal the specifications for monitoring GPS signals that will be part of the modernized Operational Control Segment (OCX).

FEATURE ARTICLE
GNSS Forum: How Galileo Can Help Europe Recover from the Economic Crisis
Anita Pietka and Bernardo Urrutia, Galileo Unit, European Commission
Economic analysts from the European Commission discuss the possibilities.

COLUMNS AND SERIES
GPS EASY Suite II: easy15
Kai Borre, GPS Center, Aalborg University
Accuracy comparison between pseudorange–based stand-alone positions, baselines computed using pseudoranges alone, and combined pseudoranges and carrier phase observation

GNSS Solutions
Emanuela Falletti and Marco Pini, Istituto Superiore Mario Boella; Letizia Lo Presti, Politecnico di Torino
Are C/No Computation Algorithms Equivalent in All Situations?

Working Papers
Combined Integrity from WAAS and EGNOS

Felix Kneissl and Carsten Stoeber, University FAF Munich
Describes and demonstrates a combined integrity algorithm using data from both GPS and Galileo space-based augmentation system (SBAS) integrity concepts for WAAS and EGNOS, respectively.

CONFERENCE DISTRIBUTION
2010 ION International Technical Meeting
January 25-27, San Diego, California USA
2010 Munich Satellite Navigation Summit

March 9-11, Munich, Germany

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