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Speaking up for GPS/GNSS Users

Speaking up for GPS/GNSS Users

and helping to protect critical infrastructure worldwide.

The RNT Foundation is a public benefit scientific and educational charity, 501(c)3

Protect the Frequencies – By preventing interference

Toughen Receivers – With readily available technology

Augment Services – With difficult to disrupt terrestrial signals

Our Challenge

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.

From Our Blog

OneWeb LEO PNT: Progress or Risky Gamble? – Inside GNSS

OneWeb LEO PNT: Progress or Risky Gamble? – Inside GNSS

Blog Editor's Note: Interesting arrticle on the challenges facting use of OneWeb for LEO PNT. We have heard others suggest the best path could be to modify future OneWeb payloads rather than try to leverage existing on-orbit assets. Note that the on-line version of...

Norway/ESA Study Reports on GNSS Jamming/Spoofing

Norway/ESA Study Reports on GNSS Jamming/Spoofing

Blog Editor's Note: The European Space Agency (ESA) is worried about GNSS jamming and spoofing. So it established the Navigation Innovation Support Programme (NAVISP) to foster innovations in satellite navigation and terrestrial forms of PNT.  We were priviledged to...

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“The Father of GPS,” Dr. Brad Parkinson recently gave a presentation on the three most important things that must be done to protect GPS.

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