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Russia issues threat to GPS satellites – GPS World

Russia issues threat to GPS satellites – GPS World

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: Perhaps this is a prelude to an invasion of Ukraine.  Regardless the Russians are not bluffing. Our intelligence and Space Force folks here in the U.S. say the Russians (and Chinese) can do it. What's the best way to protect...

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‘Lack of GPS Alternative Invites Attack’ – Expert Panel

‘Lack of GPS Alternative Invites Attack’ – Expert Panel

Image: Shutterstock Domestic Preparedness Journal and RNT Foundation sponsored a webinar last week discussing the geo-political implications of what panel member George Beebe has called a "technology resilience gap" between the U.S. and its primary adversaries, China...

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U.S. Leaderless in Space? – INSA Paper & SpaceNews OpEd

U.S. Leaderless in Space? – INSA Paper & SpaceNews OpEd

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Notes: Two different items on the same underlying theme popped up on our radar recently. The first, an INSA proposal to designate space a critical U.S. infrastructure. The second an OpEd in SpaceNews by two highly respected analysts...

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

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

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note:  A very interesting article by Ramsey Faragher and Marek Ziebart.  We have written before about the differences between radionavigation and radiocommunication in conjunction with the Ligado controversy.  This is a very...

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PNT Advisory Board to Meet Dec. 9-10: GPS World

PNT Advisory Board to Meet Dec. 9-10: GPS World

Image: NASA Blog Editor's Note: All RNT Foundation members are invited to a reception at 5:30 8 December at the same venue as the Advisory Board meeting, and the Foundation's annual meeting and lunch at noon on the 10th of December at the same location. Both events...

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What Happens If Time Gets Hacked – Dark Reading

What Happens If Time Gets Hacked – Dark Reading

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: Interesting report from Black Hat Europe.  While this is the first media report we have seen of a low frequency time signal being spoofed/hacked, it is not surprising. Open systems and signals are vulnerable. Period. Next gen...

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