ION GNSS+ 2015: IFEN features GNSS simulator

November 19, 2015By

Dr. Günter Heinrichs, head of customer applications for business development at IFEN, talks about the new features of Ifen’s GNSS simulator at ION GNSS+ 2015. read more

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GPS World unveils new look for magazine, website

November 19, 2015By

CLEVELAND, Ohio — November 18, 2015 — GPS World relaunched this week with a redesigned print magazine and website, GPSWorld.com. Both feature a new logo, new design and widened coverage. The GPS World brand has expanded its technical coverage to include all GNSS and Position, Navigation & Timing (PNT) solutions, trends and applications. “We celebrated GPS World’s 25th anniversary in 2014 by... read more

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Research Online: Positioning with LTE signals

November 12, 2015By
Rover positions obtained with 2D LTE versus GPS track.

Positioning with LTE Signals An alternative to GNSS in urban canyons can be provided by signals from cellular base stations, particularly new signals from long-term evolution (LTE) networks, since LTE coverage will be high in cities. Wide LTE downlink bandwidth provides good resolution of multipath components, which also assists positioning. A test used a universal software radio peripheral N210 synchronized... read more

Expert Opinions: Your Organization’s Future

November 11, 2015By

Three experts answer the question, "Where do you see your efforts and those of your organization focusing primarily over the next 5–10 years?" Vidal Ashkenazi (Notttingham Scientific Ltd.), Jules McNeff (Overlook Technologies) and Terence McGurn (Consultant) provide answers. read more

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Registration Opens for International Symposium on GNSS

August 13, 2015By

Registration is now open for the International Symposium on GNSS (IS-GNSS 2015), which will be held Nov. 16-19 in Kyoto, Japan. The early bird registration deadline has been extended and closes Aug. 31, and regular registration is Sept. 1-Oct. 31. The International Symposium on GNSS is designed to bring together experts engaged in PNT and GNSS technologies — including industry professionals, practitioners,... read more

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IS-GNSS 2015 Extends Scholarship Paper Deadline

June 30, 2015By

Organizers of the International Symposium on GNSS (IS-GNSS 2015) have extended the deadline for submission of the abstracts for scholarship applied papers for one week. The new deadline is July 7 23:59:59 JST (UTC+9). The one-week extension was added because organizers are presenting a paper in the Korean Institute on July 1. The deadline for submitting abstracts for regular papers remains August 15. The IS-GNSS 2015 will be... read more

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$100 for 300 Well-Chosen Surveyor Words

June 2, 2015By

If you are a professional land surveyor, we’d like to hear from you! Send us a brief account of how you use GNSS in your surveying work, what tips and tricks you can share with other surveyors, and what other hardware and software you are combining with GNSS to get the job done. Submit around 300 words, although you can... read more

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Expert Advice: A Leap Second — One More Time!

April 30, 2015By
From left: Dennis McCarthy, Wayne Hanson, Ronald Beard and William Klepczynski

Once again we are going to adjust the world’s clocks by one second. This time it will happen on June 30, when we insert another leap second in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), the standard international time scale. In theory, all UTC clocks should insert a second labeled 23h 59m 60s (the leap second) following one labeled 23h 59m 59s UTC. This is equivalent to having all of the clocks in the world stop for one second at that time. Are you ready for it? read more

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