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Resilient PNT Resource Guide – Spirent

Resilient PNT Resource Guide – Spirent

Blog Editor's Note: RNTF member Guy Buesnel from Spirent puts together one of these guides every year (full disclosure, Spirent is a corporate supporter of RNT Foundation). Our thanks to Guy for bringing all this information together in one place and helping to spread...

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RNT Foundation Wins Satellite Cyber Defence Award

RNT Foundation Wins Satellite Cyber Defence Award

We are pleased to announce that Resilient Navigation and Timing Foundation was recently recognized by Acquisition International (AI) as "Best Satellite System Cyber Threat Defence Organisation 2019."  Blog Editor's Note: One thing the citation does not articulate is...

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Aerospace Corp Develops, Shares Anti-Jamming Tool

Aerospace Corp Develops, Shares Anti-Jamming Tool

Blog Editor's Note: The Areospace Corporation is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) and does a lot of work for the Air Force. Notice that they have already licensed the technology described in the article to Orolia (an RNTF member), and they...

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How Does GPS Work? – Fun Video by sciBRIGHT

How Does GPS Work? – Fun Video by sciBRIGHT

Blog Editor's Note: We think you will enjoy this fun, five minute video that is surprisingly thorough. The next time someone asks you the question, or you need to give a presentation, show them this. It gives a great overview, and points out how Einstein's...

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US DOT GPS Backup Tech Demo – Request for Technologies

US DOT GPS Backup Tech Demo – Request for Technologies

Today the US Department of Transportation will publish a Request for Information seeking vendors interested in participating in a demonstration of technologies: "... that are capable of providing backup positioning, navigation, and/or timing services to critical...

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Highway gantries identify jammers – GPS World

Highway gantries identify jammers – GPS World

Recent years have seen an increase in drivers turning to cheap GNSS jamming devices in order to move around undetected or to thwart built-in anti-theft systems or road tolling systems. These jammers not only knock out their own GNSS receiver, they also block GNSS signal reception in a radius of several hundred of meters.There is a growing demand for automatic detection of these illegal jammers to help catching the offending driver.Septentrio GNSS antenna placement on highway gantry. (Photo: Septentrio)

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Russian Spoofing – Voice of America, Ukraine, Report

Russian Spoofing – Voice of America, Ukraine, Report

RNTF President Dana A. Goward and C4ADS Chief of Analysis Thomas Ewing appeared on VoA television in Ukraine last week discussing Russian spoofing in the area. The video is in Ukrainian, but English speakers can still get a pretty good idea of what is going on.  The...

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Assured Accurate Time – Presentations from NIST Workshop

Assured Accurate Time – Presentations from NIST Workshop

"Access to Assured and Accurate Time II" was the title of a workshop held by NIST on the 25th of March. The event was the day before the annual ATIS Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems (WSTS) in San Jose. If, like us, you weren't able to attend, you can...

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Detecting GPS Interference from Space – Naval Research Lab

Detecting GPS Interference from Space – Naval Research Lab

The recent C4ADS report on GPS spoofing in Russia and the Middle East provided a number of interesting and new revelations. One of which was that GPS interference can be detected from space. Working with a sensor aboard the International Space Station, a team lead by...

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