TAG: QZSS

u-blox Launches u-blox 7 GPS, GLONASS and QZSS Modules

October 5, 2012By
u-blox’ MAX, NEO, and LEA-7 GPS/GNSS modules support all available satellite positioning systems.

u-blox, the Swiss positioning and wireless module and chip company, has announced its latest multi-GNSS receiver modules MAX-7, NEO-7 and LEA-7 in u-blox’s form factors. They support all satellite positioning systems in operation today: GPS, GLONASS, QZSS and SBAS. The modules target telematics applications such as asset and fleet management as well as portable tracking devices. “Each MAX-7, NEO-7 and... read more

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The System: QZSS Puts L1C on the Air

December 1, 2010By

QZSS Puts L1C on the Air JAVAD Receivers Track the First Truly Interoperable Signal JAVAD GNSS engineers in Moscow have released plots of the C/A, L2C, L5, SAIF, and the new L1C signals broadcast by Japan’s QZSS Michibiki, the first satellite to transmit L1C. The company stated that all of its current GNSS receivers can track QZSS signals with a... read more

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The System: Michibiki Takes Up Station and Other GNSS Constellation Updates

September 1, 2010By
QZSS-orbits

As this issue goes to press in late August, the first Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) space vehicle, nicknamed Michibiki, holds steady for a September 11 launch. QZSS will use multiple satellites in inclined orbits, placed so that one satellite always appears near zenith above Japan, well known for its high-rise cities. The design provides high-accuracy satellite... read more

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Out in Front: Beyond Cute

September 1, 2010By

Michibiki has more Twitter followers than you and me put together. All of you, and all of me with my 17 followers. Michibiki hit 16,284 when I signed on just now, and she (he?) has not yet even emerged upon the global stage. Perhaps by the time you read this, if the September 11 launch date holds true, s/he will be an orbiting, broadcasting entity. read more

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