TAG: UrsaNav

GNSS has bad days, too

April 27, 2016By
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“Even the best technology has a bad day,” Charles Schue told the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), which relies very heavily on the best technology to keep the world’s financial edifice afloat. Vulnerabilities in the stock market were pointed up during a demonstration on April 19, showcasing how one positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) system can cover the chinks in... read more

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PNT Roundup: Taviga collaboration, leap second reconsidered and drone rules

January 12, 2016By
eLoran Antenna Park of 13 200-meter masts at Anthorn, UK.

eLoran New joint venture to ensure, assure secure PNT The founders of Chronos and UrsaNav have formed a new collaboration, named Taviga, that will focus on preserving and establishing low-frequency (LF) positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) networks in the United Kingdom, Europe and the U.S., using repurposed Loran-C or purpose-built eLoran technology. Taviga aims to ensure timing and navigation for... read more

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Chronos and UrsaNav partner on Loran PNT networks

December 3, 2015By
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The founders of Chronos and UrsaNav have formed a new collaboration, named Taviga, that will focus on preserving and establishing low-frequency (LF) positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) networks the United Kingdom, Europe and the United States, using repurposed Loran-C or purpose-built eLoran technology. Taviga — named for timing and navigation — aims to ensure timing and navigation for critical infrastructure from cyber and... read more

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Wildwood eLoran Transmitter Test Operations Continue

October 16, 2015By

According to UrsaNav Inc., the Wildwood eLoran (100 kHz) transmitter will be continuously broadcasting from 0900 (EDT) on Oct. 20 through 1800 (EDT) on Oct. 22. Wildwood will be broadcasting as 8970 master and secondary. In May, Exelis, UrsaNav, the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T) and the U.S. Coast Guard entered into a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA)... read more

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Exelis, UrsaNav to Demo eLoran with Homeland Security, Coast Guard

May 22, 2015By

Exelis, UrsaNav, the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate (DHS S&T), and the U.S. Coast Guard have entered into a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) for testing and demonstration at former Loran-C sites. The team will evaluate eLoran as a potential complementary system to GPS. The capabilities and potential utilization methods of eLoran will be explored in depth to... read more

UrsaNav Accepts Delivery of First Production Nautel NL40 eLoran Transmitter

November 19, 2013By

After extensive Final Acceptance Testing at Nautel’s Hackett’s Cove, NS facility, UrsaNav has accepted delivery of the first production NL40 Loran-C and Enhanced Loran (eLoran) transmitter. This seventh-generation Loran transmitter technology is the culmination of more than six years of collaborative development between the two companies. The transmitter successfully met or exceeded all of the requirements of the U.S. Coast... read more

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eLoran and UrsaNav: Timing Is Everything

March 14, 2012By

The first part of the recent UrsaNav press release says it best: This week for the first time since August 2010 advanced low frequency (LF) signals, including a new eLORAN, are on the air in North America! As a result of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and UrsaNav, Inc. live testing... read more

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UrsaNav Testing Wide-Area Timing Alternative

March 5, 2012By

As a result of a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between the U.S. Coast Guard and UrsaNav, Inc., on-air tests are being conducted from the former Loran Support Unit site in New Jersey. One of the CRADA’s goals is to research, evaluate, and document a wireless technical approach as an alternative to GPS for providing precise time. The ability... read more