Articles in the GNSS Category

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The signaling system plays one of the most important roles in railway applications. In fact this segment is not only responsible for providing safety…

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In August of 1990, I was a U.S. Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer at the newly established Coast Guard Group Honolulu operations center. I managed day to day operations…

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The vulnerability of GNSS to radio frequency interference and spoofing becomes more and more of concern for navigation applications which require a high level of accuracy and reliability…

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On November 18, 2015, the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System Service Co., Ltd. (QSS) conducted an experiment in Kyoto, Japan using a quasi-zenith satellite system…

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When you think about it, GNSS is miraculous. Actually, like most magic, it is best for most people not to think too much about it. They just accept that today’s cars know…

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This paper introduces a summary of the GEMNet system, and presents two sets of results. Firstly, characteristics of interferers observed operationally along with…

Dec 2015 | No Comment

The GNSS downstream market continues to be one of the most promising markets in terms of European growth, with anannual growth rate of the global…

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The territory of Bulgaria is one within the Balkan Peninsula region with active tectonics and seismotectonics. A number of geodynamical investigations try to give an…

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This document presents some results of the scientific research conducted by Training on EGNOS-GNSS in Africa (TREGA) laboratory members concerning the…

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With fully operational GLONASS, scope for use of Multi-GNSS has increased as GLONASS may be used along with GPS. This paper describes a study from India on the use of GLONASS with GPS for position solution. Increasing number of GLONASS satellite signals were used sequentially…