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Air Force Secretary “We need to protect GPS” – Forbes

Air Force Secretary “We need to protect GPS” – Forbes

Image: US Department of Defense Blog Editor's Note: An interesting interview by Steve Forbes with Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett.  In the interview Secreatary Barrett discusses the importance of GPS and says, quite correctly: "And I would put forward the GPS...

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Solution to GPS Hacking – Sea Technology

Solution to GPS Hacking – Sea Technology

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: Co-author Dana A. Goward is President of the RNT Foundation. Solution to GPS Hacking Space-Terrestrial Hybrid Navigation Combats Security Threats By RAdm Nick Lambert, Dana A. Goward In March 2017 NATO’s Exercise Joint Viking in...

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Timing is Everything – Geospatial World

Timing is Everything – Geospatial World

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: The author is President of the RNT Foundation. Timing is Everything: To Protect Geospatial and the World, We Need Bullet-proof Time A resilient national timing architecture will do more than just making today’s GNSS systems more...

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US Energy Future Needs Resilient National Timing

US Energy Future Needs Resilient National Timing

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note:  OK, we get it.  Everyone sees things through their own lens.  And if you specialize in hammers, you see nails everywhere you look. We have been doing a lot of work recently with timing. But it is REALLY easy to see the need for...

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GNSS From LEO Commsats – UT Paper

GNSS From LEO Commsats – UT Paper

Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: A relatively recent paper from the University of Texas Radionavigation Laboratory (Peter A. Iannucci and Todd E. Humphreys) on leveraging a communication constellation in low earth orbit (LEO) for positioning, navigation and...

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“We Need More Than GPS” – New NIST Efforts

“We Need More Than GPS” – New NIST Efforts

RNT Foundation Image: Historic High Accuracy Clock on Display at NIST Blog Editor's Note: Interesting two-in-one press release from NIST.   First they are looking for comment on their draft cyber security profile for PNT users. This document seeks to identify: Gaps in...

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