TAG: software receiver

IFEN’s v3.0 of SX3 GNSS Software Receiver Adds Functions

May 4, 2015By

IFEN has launched the latest software release, v3.0, for its SX3 GNSS Software Receiver Generation. The newly released software version 3.0 offers the following new features: Real‐time P‐code generator and P‐code aiding for GPS L1/L2 cross‐correlation Full dual‐antenna support for SX3 Black Edition KML file output for Google Earth real‐time visualization better performance through switch from 32-bit to 64-bit version support... read more

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Innovation: Python GNSS Receiver

February 1, 2015By
FIGURE 8. The trip back to Puno as determined by Receiver Y after cooperative scalar tracking and navigation computations. Compared to Figure 4, the navigation solutions are less noisy. Image courtesy of Google Earth and the GPS Visualizer.

An Object-Oriented Software Platform Suitable for Multiple Receivers
An experiment highlights the abilities of the Python Receiver, showing how it has been used to develop a software-defined GNSS receiver — one well-suited to processing data from a network of receiver front ends. read more

ION GNSS+ 2014: IFEN Inc.

September 26, 2014By

Mark Wilson, IFEN Inc., demonstrates the company’s new XS3 software receiver – which succeeds the scientific GNSS software-receiver SX-NSR – at the the 2014 ION GNSS+ Conference September 9-12 in Tampa, Florida. read more

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IFEN Officially Launches SX3 Software Receiver

September 18, 2014By
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IFEN has launched the SX3 receiver. The company’s previous scientific software receiver, the SX‐NSR, was subject to major upgrades, while the respective hardware front-end was completely redesigned. Together, they build the new SX3 GNSS software receiver. IFEN’s most important innovation of the year was introduced at the ION GNSS+ Conference September 9-12 in Tampa, Florida. One of the SX3’s key features is four RF frequency... read more

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Rockwell Tracks Galileo Signal with Secure Software Receiver

September 15, 2014By

Rockwell Collins has successfully received and tracked a Galileo satellite signal using a prototype GNSS receiver designed for secure military use. In 2013, Rockwell Collins received a $2 million contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and the GPS Directorate to develop and demonstrate a Secure Software Defined Radio (S-SDR) GNSS receiver capability. By using multiple available satellite signals, improved and more... read more

Galileo Position Fix with Open Source Software Receiver Achieved

December 6, 2013By
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For the first time, position fixes in real time using signals from Galileo have been achieved with an open source software receiver. The milestone was achieved by a research team from the Statistical Inference Department here at the Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya (CTTC), which manages the development of the open source project GNSS-SDR. read more

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Building a Wide-Band Multi-Constellation Receiver

March 1, 2013By
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The authors designed a full-constellation GNSS receiver, using a cost-effective, readily available, flexible front-end, wide enough to capture the frequency from 1555 MHz to 1607 MHz, more than 50MHz. This spectrum width takes into account BeiDou E2, Galileo E1, GPS L1, and GLONASS G1. In the course of their development, the authors used an external OCXO oscillator as the reference clock and reconfigured the platform, developing their own custom wide-band firmware. read more

Innovation: Software GNSS Receiver

September 1, 2012By
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An Answer for Precise Positioning Research
In this month’s “Innovation,” we look into the development and capabilities of one modern software GNSS receiver in an effort to answer the question “What is the ideal GNSS receiver for precise positioning research?” read more