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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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This allows network operators to easily visualise and evaluate reception by building a complete picture of signal strength for each individual satellite, without the need for dedicated hardware or software at the GNSS receiver site.
'Today's vehicular navigation systems couple global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers with an inertial navigation system (INS).
With SatAware(TM), network operators can easily visualize and evaluate GNSS reception by building a complete picture of signal strength for each individual satellite without the need for dedicated hardware or software at the GNSS receiver site.
"'All critical national infrastructures rely on GNSS to some extent' -- and the Russians have started hacking it," noted (https://www.businessinsider.com/gnss-hacking-spoofing-jamming-russians-screwing-with-gps-2019-4) Business Insider . 
The HiPer VR is designed as a complete and versatile solution for a variety of applications including static or kinematic GNSS post-processed surveys, a network RTK option when paired with a field computer equipped with a cellular modem, a radio or LongLink job site RTK rover, as well as the GNSS component of the Hybrid Positioning and Millimeter GPS workflows.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DNIESTER PSPP CONTROL GNSS NETWORK
In this paper, we assess the GMI-derived PWV with respect to the radiosonde and GNSS measurements over the south and east China seas.
The availability of navigation signals transmitted by Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) constellations such as the Global Positioning System (GPS) has created a whole new branch of remote sensing based on the study of their interactions with the earth surface.
Portland, OR, August 27, 2016 --(PR.com)-- This year, TAG will once again join international leaders in GNSS and related Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) fields to present the Precise Positioning Service (PPS) Global Positioning System-Survey (GPS-S) solution at the annual Institute of Navigation (ION) GNSS+ conference being held in the Oregon Convention Center at both #315 from September 12-16.
Most fitness apps use GNSS (such as GPS) to track the speed, distance and route of activity.