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Research: Assessment evaluates GNSS receivers’ tolerance of adjacent band

March 22, 2017By

By Stephen Mackey, Hadi Wassaf, Karen Van Dyke, Christopher Hegarty, Karl Shallberg, John Flake and Terence Johnson. The Adjacent Band Compatibility Assessment evaluated the adjacent radiofrequency band power levels that can be tolerated by GPS and GNSS receivers, to advance the U.S. Department of Transportation’s understanding of the extent to which such power levels impact devices used for transportation safety... read more

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January issue: All the news that fits…

January 15, 2017By

We have a finite number of pages to bring you each month, one might say a tightly controlled number. That number has never easily accommodated the quantity of fresh, relevant GNSS and PNT news and technical material that emerges each month. The pace of your developments is too fast with which to keep up! This month, a case in point.... read more

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Expert Opinions: Buyers’ need for GNSS receiver testing, certification

August 29, 2016By

Q: Buyers get little guidance as to how specific receivers react to interference, particularly in critical infrastructure. Is there a need for receiver testing and certification along the lines of Underwriters Laboratories to guide purchase and acquisition? A: Exhaustive “seven-nines” testing and verification is expensive, takes a long time and stymies innovation. Yet simple and pragmatic testing can reveal faults... read more

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ION GNSS+ 2015: ComNav introduces receivers, new company trademark

November 19, 2015By

LiDuan Wang, Ph.D., marketing director for ComNav, reviews ComNav’s newest receiver technology, as well as the company’s new trademark, Sino GNSS, at the 2015 ION GNSS+ show in Tampa, Fla. read more

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