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u-blox, a well-established GNSS IC company, has shown continuous growth each year by implementing innovative new technologies and making clever acquisitions, culminating in its first ever third place ranking.
Replying a question about the economic importance of the technology, he said that the current market was worth about US$ 150 billion and was expected to increase to more than US$ 220 billion by 2020 as per the survey of GSA GNSS Market Survey 2012.
The SF-3050 is a fully upgradeable GNSS receiver, which means it can upgrade from single frequency to multi-frequency through software optioning.
TPS recently announced the new HiPer SR, an advanced GNSS RTK receiver based around Vanguard technology, with the most compact and lightweight design of any fully integrated precision receiver available worldwide.
Frequency range of 10--6000 MHz, covering all GNSS bands, plus HD Radio, WiFi, LTE, and more
Past incidents of successful cyber-attacks on military GNSS data applications despite encryption is also weakening the case for these solutions.
The GNSS Research and Applications Centre of Excellence (GRACE) is a collaboration between the East Midlands Development Agency (EMDA) and the University of Nottingham.
Topcon's Vanguard GNSS chip is at the "heart of the HiPer SR.
The GNSS RF front-end, based on established market leading front-end technology developed by Septentrio, is characterized by a superb out-of-band interference rejection to avoid notably device self-interference with other radiation sources such as Bluetooth and WLAN radios, as well as other ambient intentional and non-intentional interference.
PAIGNTON, United Kingdom -- Spirent Communications today announced the launch of its new automation and reporting tool, TestDrive-GNSS[TM] for SimGEN[TM] and SimREPLAYplus controlled GNSS test systems.
They can acquire and track all visible GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS and SBAS satellites and can track any two GNSS systems simultaneously for increased reliability, accuracy and faster acquisition time.
Chronos Technology Limited is a world leader in timing synchronization solutions and GNSS jamming and interference detection, and is currently the lead for the UK Government sponsored SENTINEL research program, which followed on from the GAARDIAN GNSS interference detection project to research the location of GNSS jammers.