February 2011


LightSquared and USGIC Address GPS Interference Risks

(GNSS SIGNALS exclusive) The FCC will allow LightSquared to build a high-powered terrestrial communications network operating in the L-band spectrum adjacent to GPS - much to the dismay of many. As required, the company and the USGIC have worked out a process for addressing the risk. (more)


Successful launch for GLONASS K

This time, it all worked out. The new satellite took off from Plesetsk on February 26 and has reached orbit. (more)


Beihang Authors Suggest TMBOC Design for Compass B1 Civil Signal

(GNSS SIGNALS exclusive) With no draft ICD available, new sources of information about Compass design direction draw special attention. A paper from prestigious Beihang University in Beijing may be useful to those working with signals from the Chinese system. (more)

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Munich Satellite Navigation Summit 2011

(GNSS SIGNALS exclusive) The high-level annual conference features a special session on GLONASS and the first appearance in an international forum of the new EC General Director General for Galileo. (more)


ESA Conducts a Galileo Dress Rehearsal

Six months to go until the first launch of its in-orbit validation (IOV) spacecraft, but one Galileo satellite has already been put through its paces, taking center stage in a Europe-wide exercise conducted recently by the European Space Agency (ESA). (more)
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