TAG: assisted GNSS

Innovation: Faster, Higher, Stronger

October 8, 2015By
FIGURE 2. Typical sequence of position fix process in standalone GPS user equipment (Msr=measurements).

Proposed GNSS Navigation Messages for Improved Performance
In this month’s column, we look at proposed changes to the way navigation messages are formulated that could result in a future satellite navigation system providing faster fixes effectively giving receivers higher sensitivity and stronger performance. read more

MWC 2015: Rx Networks Updates GNSS Extended Ephemeris Solution

March 2, 2015By

Rx Networks Inc., a mobile location technology and services company, announced the upcoming release of its GPStream PGPS v8 extended ephemeris solution at Mobile World Congress 2015, taking place this week in Barcelona, Spain. The patented technology, being used in hundreds of millions of devices, is designed to speed up the time-to-first-fix (TTFF) of any GNSS chipset while improving acquisition sensitivity in... read more

Interchangeability Accomplished

May 30, 2014By

Tri-Band Multi-Constellation GNSS in Smartphones and Tablets
In this look at a single-chip BeiDou/Galileo/GLONASS/GPS/QZSS/SBAS architecture for cell phones and tablets, the authors explain advantages of multiple constellations and examine details of system interchangeability, multi-system issues, and how assisted-GNSS data operates with all constellations. read more