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By connecting it to the antenna, the base station can obtain the precise coordinates of the receiver and BeiDou satellite.
The Beidou, which provides navigation and positioning for China's military and critical infrastructure, is finding increasing use in everything from mapping services, to cars and smartphones.
Beidou quickly became a core component of Belt and Road, with the Chinese government calling the satellite network part of an 'information Silk Road' in a 2015 white paper.
They are the fifth and sixth in the third-generation of Beidou satellite.
Figure 2 presents the MGEX stations that tracking BeiDou signal on DOY (Day Of Year) 299, 2017.
Throughout the data collection period, the receiver was able to receive signals from 8 GPS satellites, 1 QZSS satellite, and 6 BeiDou satellites.
[delta][b.sup.BDS] and [delta][d.sup.BDS] are BeiDou receiver's clock offset and drift error, respectively.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Tehran and Beijing inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to transfer the Chinese BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) technology to Iran.
The GNSS production tester simulates separate satellites for the GPS, Glonass, BeiDou, and Galileo navigation standards in the L1/ E1 band specifically for these production tests.
"This includes a significant array of remote sensing systems, many of which are going to be small satellites, as well as a fully fleshed out position, navigation and timing constellation--the BeiDou system."The new BeiDou system is an advanced version of navigation technology China employed in 2000, he said.
Russia's most known satellite monitoring system is Global Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS) was developed as an alternative to the US' Global Positioning System (GPS), the EU's future Galileo positioning system, and China's future BeiDou positioning system.