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Speaking up for GPS Users
Speaking up for GPS/GNSS Users
and helping to protect critical infrastructure worldwide.
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Protect the Frequencies – By preventing interference
Toughen Receivers – With readily available technology
Augment Services – With difficult to disrupt terrestrial signals
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
FCC’s Receiver Standards Inquiry Sparks Concerns About Impact on Innovation, Agency’s Legal Authority – Navigation Outlook
Image: FCC Blog Editor's Note: Any wireless system has multiple legs. GPS, for example, is described has having space, control, and user segments. Authorities in the European Union have already begun steps toward regulating receivers. It will be interesting to see...
Image: NASA Blog Editor's Note: We continue to learn about all the ways the sun threatens technology, and even civilization as we know it. From this article about a newly observed type of solar weather, it appears that scientists are still learning as well. Good thing...
Image: South Korea Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries Blog Editor's Note: While China still leads the world in its comprehensive approach to providing its industry and populous a reliable and resilient PNT infrastructure, South Korea is closing fast. The nation is...
Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: Our faithful readers probably know most or all of this already. But it is sometimes good to see things all in one place. The below article is a good reminder that the need for resilient PNT goes way beyond critical...
Image: GPS Patron Blog Editor's Note: Located in Vilnius, near the epicenter of a lot of reported GPS/GNSS jamming and spoofing, GPSPATRON has a uniquely closeup view of such activity. And they frequently post what they find on LINKEDIN. Here are a couple recent finds...
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