Markus Markgraf

Markus Markgraf is a senior research engineer in the GNSS Technology and Navigation Group at DLR/GSOC.

He started working at DLR in 2000 after graduating as a Dipl.-Ing. (FH) for electrical engineering and communication technology.

Markgraf’s current research activities comprise GNSS receiver technology for satellites and sounding rockets, scientific applications of GNSS, and mission support and analysis.

Markus Markgraf is a senior research engineer in the GNSS Technology and Navigation Group at DLR/GSOC.

He started working at DLR in 2000 after graduating as a Dipl.-Ing. (FH) for electrical engineering and communication technology.

Markgraf’s current research activities comprise GNSS receiver technology for satellites and sounding rockets, scientific applications of GNSS, and mission support and analysis.

He was the key engineer for the Navigation and Occultation Experiment (NOX) on TET-1 during the design and implementation phase.

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