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Omnispace tests LEO tech with Africa’s biggest telco

Omnispace is testing its plan to use 600 low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites to deliver connectivity directly to smartphones and other devices in Africa. They will be partnering with MTN, the largest mobile network operator in Africa, to conduct these tests.

The network will rely on S-band spectrum to provide connection to mobile users even in areas with no cell tower coverage.

OxTS enhances autonomous vehicle validation solution

OxTS’ GNSS-aided inertial navigation systems (INS) are now supported on the NVIDIA DRIVE autonomous vehicle (AV) development platform. The software plug-in, developed inhouse by OxTS using the NVIDIA DriveWorks SDK, runs on the NVIDIA DRIVE AGX Orin developer kit.

The plug-in gives developers using NVIDIA DRIVE the ability to feed OxTS GNSS/INS data directly into the platform to access accurate reference localization data as ground truth and validate the performance of the other sensors or algorithms under test.

Vodafone Turkey deploys Adtran optical cesium solution

Adtran has announced that Vodafone Turkey has deployed its Oscilloquartz optical cesium atomic clock technology to bring new levels of resilient timing to its nationwide network. It’s first-to-market solution will deliver robust protection against disruptions to GNSS signals. By combining its existing Adtran Oscilloquartz core grandmaster clock devices with the new optical cesium atomic clock technology, Vodafone Turkey has an ePRTC+™ solution that guarantees accurate network synchronization during any possible GNSS unavailability.

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