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Ligado-Related Lawsuit Recommences Jan. 2 – Inside GNSS

Ligado-Related Lawsuit Recommences Jan. 2 – Inside GNSS

Blog Editor's Note: Some may assert that this law suit does not bear upon the technical arguments Ligado and its predecessor, Lightsquared, made before the FCC. It does directly impact those companies' credibility and standing, though. If it is shown that data was...

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US Legal System Way Behind GPS & Counter Technology

US Legal System Way Behind GPS & Counter Technology

A passenger rolls away a sleeping aid as she sits with her luggage at London Gatwick Airport on Friday as flights started to resume following the closing of the airfield due to a drone incursion. (BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)GETTY   Blog Editor's Note: While...

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UK Presentation on eLoran – Nov 2018

UK Presentation on eLoran – Nov 2018

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...

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2018: A year of serious GPS disruption – Guy Buesnel

2018: A year of serious GPS disruption – Guy Buesnel

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...

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DHS S&T Working on GPS Vulnerability

DHS S&T Working on GPS Vulnerability

Blog Editor's Note: We were very encouraged to see the announcement of this effort by the DHS Science and Technology Directorate. We are sure that it will contribute to the PNT community's overall knowledge base. Yet there is a lot of science and technology available...

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DOT Ignoring GPS Vulnerabilities — Again “GPS World”

DOT Ignoring GPS Vulnerabilities — Again “GPS World”

DOT Ignoring GPS Vulnerabilities — Again November 30, 2018  - By Dana Goward The U.S. Department of Transportation’s most recent document preparing for the future of self-driving cars almost entirely ignores positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) needs, according to...

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Why Russia Jams GPS

Why Russia Jams GPS

Blog Editor's Note: Russia has been jamming and spoofing GPS repeatedly and over broad areas since at least 2016.  In the below "Inside GNSS" article about their most recent jamming events, RNTF President Dana A. Goward is quoted about the reasons:  "Russia has very...

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GPS Jamming/Spoofing at Air Transport IT Summit

GPS Jamming/Spoofing at Air Transport IT Summit

Blog Editor's Note: This presentation at the SITA (Société Internationale de Télécommunications Aéronautiques) conference caught our attention. Speaking with the author we learned that SITA tracks a wide range of cyber issues with aviation on a weekly basis. We would...

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