TAG: JAXA

Launchpad: GNSS simulator developed with JAXA

September 14, 2016By
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The Replicator by IP Solutions  is a multi-frequency, multi-system GNSS simulator for advanced research and development, equipment testing and education. It can also function as a recording, playback and signal analysis instrument. IP Solutions is exhibiting this week at ION GNSS+, in Portland, Oregon. The Replicator is the result of a collaboration with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). Components... read more

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Danger, Will Robinson! Beware the IMES of Japan

October 8, 2014By
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In May 2011, Dinesh Manandhar and Hideyuki Torimoto of GNSS Technologies, Inc., Japan, penned a very interesting article in GPS World titled – Opening Up Indoors: Japan’s Indoor Messaging System, IMES. The opening paragraph of their lengthy article seemingly describes the Holy Grail for the indoor positioning lobby: “An indoor messaging system (IMES) has been developed to meet the challenges of indoor... read more

Preparing for the Next Generation: The Multi-GNSS Asia Demonstration Campaign

December 1, 2011By

A dramatic increase over the next five years to roughly 100 GNSS satellites in the skies over Asia and Oceania makes that region the fastest growing area in GNSS. The Multi-GNSS Asia (MGA) initiative, a cooperative international demonstration campaign, seeks to take full advantage of this scientific and technical windfall, gaining early experience with the new signals and services of multi-constellation GNSS. read more

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Innovation: The Right Attitude

September 1, 2011By
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Experimenting with GPS on Board High-Altitude Balloons
In this month’s column, we look at how a team of Dutch and Japanese researchers is using GPS to determine the attitude of a payload launched from a high-altitude balloon. read more