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Predicted Ephemeris: Waste of Time or an Untapped Resource?

September 18, 2013By
This map of Portland by Geoloqi has 2.5 million data points.

GPS World contributing editor Eric Gakstatter gave a talk on predicted ephemeris at the Civil GPS Service Interface Committee (CGSIC) on Tuesday. The talk was invited and the topic was suggested by CGSIC coordinators. The 53rd meeting of the CGSIC was held Monday and Tuesday before the Institute of Navigation GNSS+ 2013 Conference. Here is Eric’s talk: Whenever I point... read more

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Telecaster Guitar up for Grabs in GPS World Booth 116

September 13, 2013By

Answer a GNSS Trivia Question and Get in on the Musical Action Got the urge to sling notes likes a Nashville country star? Come by GPS World’s booth (#116–#118) at ION GNSS+ for a look at the brand-new Fender Telecaster electric guitar — first prize in a random drawing of correct answers in a GNSS Trivia Contest. One lucky winner... read more

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Chronos Technology to Exhibit Anti-Jam Tech at ION GNSS+

September 13, 2013By
The CTL3520 handheld GPS jamming detector by Chronos Technology.

Chronos Technology, global timing and synchronization company, is exhibiting its anti-jamming technology at ION GNSS+ 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee, September 18-20. Exhibiting at Stand 723, Chronos will be demonstrating the Chronos Sentinel system, which enables a light-touch deployment of GPS jamming detection for a short period of time and allows a GPS jamming report to be created to enable management to... read more

Symmetricom to Participate in New Products Panel Session at ION GNSS+

September 13, 2013By

Symmetricom will be participating in a new products panel at ION GNSS+, which will be held September 16-20 in Nashville, Tennessee. Phil Bourekas, Symmetricom executive vice president of marketing, will take part in “New Products Panel: Legacy and Expertise in GNSS Timing” on Thursday, September 19, 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in Grand Ballroom East of the Nashville Convention Center,... read more

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Loctronix Offers Software-Defined Radio Module

September 11, 2013By
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Loctronix Corporation, a provider of unified positioning solutions for GNSS-challenged environments, is making available its new software-defined radio (SDR) module, the ASR-2300, for developing high-performance positioning, navigation and timing, and communication applications. The ASR-2300 will be on display September 16-19 at the Institute of Navigation annual meeting, ION GNSS+ 2013, in Nashville, Tennessee. “The ASR-2300 delivers advanced SDR capabilities in... read more

CGSIC Agenda Released

September 10, 2013By

The 53rd meeting of the Civil GPS Service Interface Committee will be held Monday and Tuesday, September 16-17, before the Institute of Navigation GNSS+ 2013 Conference. Both events take place at the Nashville Convention Center, in Nashville, Tennessee. The meeting agenda is now available on the event website. Monday morning’s CGSIC concurrent sessions include the Timing Subcommittee and the Surveying,... read more

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Navtech Offers Condensed GNSS Signals and Systems Course

June 4, 2013By

Navtech is offering a four-day version of Course 551, “Using Advanced GPS/GNSS Signals and Systems,” customized for those attending the ION GNSS+ 2013 conference. This course will help attendees develop proficiency with advanced receiver processing of current, modernized, and new signals from GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, and QZSS. It teaches systems engineering skills, along with techniques for receiver processing and... read more

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Out in Front: Ruminations Upon a Technical Program

June 1, 2013By

The Institute of Navigation’s (ION’s) advance program for the 2013 GNSS+ conference in September arrived in the mail the other day, and was avidly consumed. The technical sessions of this gathering are prime hunting ground for presentations that later become articles in this magazine, as are, to lesser extent, those of the European Navigation Conference, the Joint Navigation Conference, CTIA,... read more

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