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Much of the world depends upon satellite systems for precise navigation and timing services. These are exceptionally accurate and dependable, yet GPS/GNSS jamming, spoofing, and other forms of interference appear to be growing in frequency and severity. Neither are space systems immune to severe space weather or cyber-attack. This has the potential for devastating effects on our lives and economic activity.
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Blog Editor's Note - This presentation was provided at the IAIN World Congress in Japan last month. It has a good overview of the differences between eLoran and the older Loran-C, and hints at what the new technology is capable of. While eLoran has an effective range...read more
DHS Developing Performance Standards for GPS Receivers Used in Critical Infrastructure – Inside GNSS
Blog Editor's Note: The below item was authored by RNTF President Dana A. Goward DHS Developing Performance Standards for GPS Receivers Used in Critical Infrastructure December 13, 2018 By Inside GNSS During a discussion of PNT issues at a workshop on Dec. 11, a...
Blog Editor's Note: RNTF member Guy Buesnel (Spirent) is an expert on GPS disruption and resilience. He is a sought after speaker who travels the world and recently gave a dynamite presentation to the US National PNT Advisory Board. Here is a recent item he posted on...