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Receiver Design for the Future

July 8, 2016By

Sponsored by: NavCom Broadcast date: Thursday, January 15, 2015 On-Demand Available Until: Friday, January 15, 2016 Moderator: Alan Cameron, Group Publisher, GPS World and Geospatial Solutions Speaker: Greg Turetzky, Principal Engineer at Intel Summary: The compound annual growth rate of GNSS devices will continue, from its current 22 percent level to a robust 9 percent for the years 2016–2022, and heading for... read more

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GNSS Receiver Design: New MEMS Components, Optimal Search Strategies

July 8, 2016By

Broadcast Date: January 21, 2016 On-Demand Available Until: January 21, 2017 Sponsor: NovAtel Moderator: Alan Cameron, Editor-In-Chief and Publisher, GPS World Speakers: Mark Petovello, Professor, University of Calgary; Esther Anyaegbu, Senior Systems Architect, Intel Mobile Communications; Matthias Overbeck, Group Manager of the Precise GNSS Receiver Program at the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits; Sandy Kennedy, Director and Chief Engineer of... read more

Trimble R2 GNSS receiver now available through Esri

July 7, 2016By

Esri has made available the Trimble R2 GNSS receiver for collecting professional-grade GPS data with Collector for ArcGIS. The GNSS receiver is rugged certified MIL-STD-810G, IP65 rated and compact, Esri says in a news release. The receiver is capable of delivering submeter and centimeter positioning accuracy in real-time to Android or iOS mobile devices via a wireless Bluetooth connection, or... read more

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Expert Opinions: How many GNSS signals for a consumer-grade device?

December 23, 2015By
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Question: What is the optimum number of GNSS signals to include/process in a consumer-grade PNT device? A: A chip should support four signals, being GPS/GLONASS/Galileo/Beidou, but only process two of them — choice depending on region, geopolitical sensitivity, constellation availability — dropping to one to save power when satellite availability is good. Two constellations give enough satellites for accuracy and... read more

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