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As a navigation satellite transmits multiple signals on single frequency (e.g., Open Service and Restricted Service over L5 Band), these are combined on a common carrier to comprise a composite signal. This composite signal passes through navigation payload subsystems such...

source: Inside GNSS

In our regular end-of-the-year reflection, Sensors & Systems looks back over the past 12 months to come up with the top developments of 2014 that will have strong implications for geospatial industry growth and diversity in the coming years. Making the list are technology...

source: Sensors & Systems

Trimble has introduced a new portfolio of time and frequency products to address the synchronization needs of the growing LTE small cell market. The products are designed for a wide range of small cell synchronization applications. The products provide increased holdover...

source: GPS World

Galileo's fifth satellite — recently salvaged from the wrong orbit to begin navigation testing — has been combined with three predecessors to provide its first position fix. Test receivers at ESA's technical centre in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, and at the Galileo...

source: GPS World

The U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory is working with both the Electric Power Research Institute and General Electric on separate new projects to continue perfecting microgrids to the point where they can...

source: Smart Grid News

Small asteroids near Earth, with sizes of only about a meter, hit the atmosphere and disintegrate with surprising frequency — around every other week, new data show. Sensor data reveal that these small impact events...

source: Directions Magazine


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