Move to allow GNSS-interfering pseudolites emerges in Europe
from Inside GNSS
Two European proposals to allow pseudolites in the protected frequencies used by GPS and Galileo could soon be adopted, creating a potential interference risk to GNSS receivers and hampering efforts to protect satellite navigation spectrum, experts say. "The pseudolite systems that some people are thinking of around the world, we think are a real danger to GPS and GNSS reception and could be a danger to safety of life," Ray Clore, GNSS senior advisor at the U.S. State Department, said at a meeting of the Civil GPS Service Interface Committee.
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