Webinar: Is Dual-Frequency GPS – As We Know It – Becoming Obsolete?

October 21, 2008 - By

On October 28 GPS World survey and construction Editor Eric Gakstatter will be discussing the U.S. Department of Defense GPS Wing's proposal to discontinue supporting Civil P(Y) semi-codeless on GPS L1 and L2 after December 31, 2020 - rendering a massive amount of high-precision GPS equipment obsolete. The webinar is hosted by GPS World and sponsored by Magellan GPS. read more

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Survey & Construction Newsletter, Late October 2008

October 14, 2008 - By

GNSS is one of the few industries I can think of that, even in a horrible global economy, is still going to experience growth over the next five years. We are fortunate indeed. A particularly bright spot is the robust agriculture market, where there is renewed growth in precision agriculture for GNSS, primarily in high-end RTK applications. read more

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ITC to Review SiRF/Broadcom Patent Imbroglio

October 10, 2008 - By

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has said it will review the determination of one of its administrative law judges that previously found that SiRF Technology infringed on patents held by Broadcom subsidiary Global Locate. read more

Expert Advice: Turning from Challenge to GNSS Opportunity

October 1, 2008 - By

After a brief Galileo snapshot of current status, I will proceed as requested with predictions of life in a multiple-GNSS world. We have secured an additional budget of 3.4billion euros, mainly for developing and launching the Galileo constellation, with the key objective of a full operational capability in 2013. read more

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