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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.
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Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: Another reminder post from GPS Patron, folks who are really in a position to know. And we appreciate them linking to one of our posts in theirs! Thanks to member Mitch Narins for pointing this one out! In-Car Jammers are...
Blog Editor's Note: Last week, RNTF President Dana A. Goward spoke to a study group at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine. The study is a congressionally mandated effort looking at the FCC's decision to allow Ligado Networks to broadcast in a...
Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: Another thought provoking set of insights by RNTF member Diana Furchtgott-Roth. We wonder if perhaps companies seeking spectrum from the FCC ought to "beware" also. As Diana points out, during the last administration the FCC...
Image: Skytruth Blog Editor's Note: Once a year RNTF President Dana A. Goward does a presentation on this topic for the world's largest electronic warfare organization - The Association of Old Crows. Advances in ways to deceive GPS receivers and otherwise falsify...
Image: FAA Blog Editor's Note: This issue is not in the center of our lane. It is a good example, though, of the need for careful leadership and spectrum management by the FCC. Something that we did not see in their decision on Ligado Networks. Interesting that the...
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