Receiver Design

A Mass-Market Galileo Receiver

April 1, 2014By
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Its Algorithms and Performance
The authors test three mass-market design drivers on a chip developed expressly for a new role as a combined GPS and Galileo consumer receiver: the time-to-first-fix for different C/N0, for hot, warm, and cold start, and for different constellation combinations. read more

GNSS Receiver from Galileo Satellite Navigation Now on Cadence Core

February 25, 2014By

A software-based GNSS receiver is now available on Tensilica ConnX DSP IP cores, according to an announcement by Cadence Design Systems and Galileo Satellite Navigation, Ltd. (GSN), a developer of multi-system GNSS products including software receiver technology. The core is being demonstrated at the Cadence booth at Mobile World Congress, being held this week in Barcelona, Spain. The GSN GNSS... read more

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Quad-Constellation Receiver: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou

January 1, 2014By

The implementation changes and first live tests of BeiDou and Galileo on Teseo-3 GNSS chips developed in 2013 are covered, bringing it to a four-constellation machine. By 2020, we expect to have four global constellations all on the same band, giving us more than 100 satellites — under clear sky, as many as 30 or 40 simultaneously. read more

Rockwell Collins Awarded Contract to Develop Secure Software-Defined Radio GNSS Receiver Capability

September 18, 2013By

Rockwell Collins has received a 2 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to develop and demonstrate a secure software-defined radio (SDR) GNSS receiver capability. GNSS typically refers to equipment that can receive signals from multiple navigation satellite systems including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, and the Chinese BeiDou system. By utilizing multiple available satellite signals, a GNSS receiver can... read more

TerraStar GNSS Establishes Base at Nottingham University’s GRACE Facility

August 12, 2013By
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TerraStar GNSS, a supplier of precision positioning services for land and near-shore applications, has established a base at Nottingham University’s GNSS Research and Applications Centre of Excellence (GRACE). GRACE operates operates under the auspices of its Institute of Engineering Surveying & Space Geodesy (IESSG). TerraStar GNSS maintains and controls a worldwide network of more than 80 GPS and GLONASS DGNSS... read more

Nexteq Navigation Offers Platform for Accelerating GNSS Receiver Development

June 4, 2013By
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Nexteq Navigation has launched accelGRx, a platform for accelerating professional-grade GNSS receiver development. The platform provides open and production-ready hardware and software building blocks for GNSS receivers. accelGRx is designed for organizations looking to research and develop new techniques and algorithms requiring deep in-receiver integreation or quickly produce a small, high-performance receiver. accelGRx supports GPS L1 and Beidou B1, and... read more

NVS Technologies Releases Firmware Update for NV08C Receivers

May 2, 2013By

NVS Technologies has released updated firmware for its NV08C receiver series. Firmware v0206 is compatible with current and preceding hardware revisions of the NV08C receiver series. Firmware v0206 can be downloaded free of charge. Firmware v0206 offers: Stabilized raw data output for output rates up to 10 Hz Extended $POUTC NMEA message, including current LEAP SECONDS value, flags for expected UTC... read more

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Innovation: Interfacing Clearly

April 1, 2013By
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A New Approach to the Design and Development of Global Navigation Satellite Systems
In this month’s column, a team of authors affiliated with the Galileo project discusses the Interface Communication Modeling Language, an extension of UML that allows engineers to clearly represent SIS interfaces, critical for the design of GNSS receivers. read more