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GNSS

(Global Navigation Satellite System) The European term for a global satellite-based radio navigation system. See Galileo.
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InvenSense said that the addition of the inertial tracking system, together with GNSS, improves customer experience by increasing the continuity and accuracy of the fitness data when GNSS signals are weak or unavailable.
se analiza el efecto de las tormentas geomagneticas en las observaciones GNSS y su repercusion en la calidad del posicionamiento de precision, concretando en los fenomenos asociados a la tormenta gcomagnctica del 23 de abril de 2012.
This research article gives the broad spectrum about the applications of GNSS technology in the field of Disaster Management, emergency and rescue.
Recognizing and appreciating the large number of very important applications of GNSS, the SUPARCO recently organized a symposium and gathered together all the GNSS stakeholders, including government officials, decision makers, entrepreneurs and academia for emphasizing the GNSS technology and its enormous use for the socio-economic development of Pakistan.
GNSS is the generic term for space-based systems that transmit signals that can be used to provide three services: position, navigation and timing--known collectively as PNT.
The thematic sessions at the workshop cover trends in satellite-based navigation systems; initiatives and experiences in GNSS user applications with case studies and practical cooperation models; GNSS reference station systems and services featuring national projects; the International Space Weather Initiative and Education and training in the use of GNSS technologies.
The GNSS meteorology has reached a point where there is a need to develop methods not only to compute Integrated Water Vapor (IWV) over the GNSS receiver but also to investigate the water vapor distribution in space and time (4DWVD) (de Haan et al.
GNSS products provider NavCom Technology Inc has announced the release of the SF-3050 multi-frequency GNSS receiver with its new Sapphire GNSS OEM board.
In order to avoid including hardware in every GNSS system that is used only when connected to a specific radar set, the modular design of the GNSS -- a common unit plus a set of "personality modules" -- provides a system configurable for a specific radar.
However, in the latest edition of its GPS & GNSS Market Data, ABI Research is forecasting that as the overall GNSS market continues to grow, cellular will become less important, declining to approximately 55% of revenues in 2017.
The partnership will see NovAtel's industry-leading GNSS measurement technology integrated into a new Esterline CMC-designed multi-constellation, multi-frequency (MCMF) chipset for certified aviation use.
He has organized the main body of the text in eight chapters, covering the interference threat, classification of interfering sources and analysis of the effects on GNSS receivers, the spoofing menace, analytical assessment of interference on GNSS signals, interference detection strategies, classical digital signal processing countermeasures to interference in GNSS, interference mitigation based on transformed domain techniques, and antispoofing techniques for GNSS.