TAG: GPS IIF satellite

Anomalous GPS signals reported from SVN49

June 6, 2017By

Researchers at the Politecnico di Torino university detected spikes in the L1 signal spectrum. The origin of the spikes was identified as the transmission of a non-standard code from a non-operational GPS satellite. This story reports on signal observations performed to identify the source of the interference and the impact it could have on GNSS signal processing. read more

Boeing, US Air Force extend partnership to sustain GPS IIA, IIF

February 6, 2017By

Boeing and the U.S. Air Force have signed a GPS sustainment agreement to ensure the health of current satellites on orbit. The agreement enables persistent GPS capability for civilians and the military as Boeing works on next-generation GPS satellites. Under the agreement, Boeing will support GPS IIA and IIF satellites on orbit for the next five years. Boeing, which has been... read more

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GPS IIF-11 Launch Delayed until Saturday

October 30, 2015By

Major General David Thompson, Vice Commander, U.S. Air Force Space Command, announced this morning that the GPS IIF launch scheduled for today will be delayed for 24 hours due to a water deluge suppression system at the launch site. Launch should only be delayed for 24 hours. The water deluge suppression system is a launch site safety issue. Officials made the call... read more

60 Minutes Segment on AFSPC Set for Sunday

April 24, 2015By

CBS’s 60 Minutes will air a special two-part segment on Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) this coming Sunday, April 26, reflecting a broad array of AFSPC missions — launch, satellite operations, missile warning, acquisition, and the Joint Space Operations Center. The GPS Directorate is a joint service effort directed by the United States Air Force and managed at the Space and Missile Systems Center... read more