Jean-Luc Issler

Jean-Luc Issler heads the Transmission Techniques and Signal Processing Department of CNES, the French space agency. His department’s main tasks are signal processing; air interfaces and equipment in radionavigation; tracking, telemetry, and control; propagation; and spectrum survey.

He has been involved in the development of several spaceborne receivers in Europe, as well as in studies on the European radionavigation projects, such as GALILEO and pseudolite networks.

Jean-Luc Issler heads the Transmission Techniques and Signal Processing Department of CNES, the French space agency. His department’s main tasks are signal processing; air interfaces and equipment in radionavigation; tracking, telemetry, and control; propagation; and spectrum survey.

He has been involved in the development of several spaceborne receivers in Europe, as well as in studies on the European radionavigation projects, such as GALILEO and pseudolite networks.

With Direction de la Recherche et des Affaires Scientifiques et Techniques (DRAST), he represents France in the Galileo Signal Task Force of the European Commission.

In 2004, Issler, with two colleagues, received the Astronautic Prize of the French Aeronautical and Space Association, (AAAF) for his technical work on Galileo signals and space borne GNSS equipment.

Jean-Luc Issler’s Inside GNSS article page

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