October 2011

Russian GNSS Nears Full Constellation with Four November Launches

[SIGNALS exclusive] The Roscosmos website indicates that three GLONASS-Ms will launch from Baikonur space center on November 3 and a fourth is scheduled to go up on November 22. (more)

More Lobbyists Join LightSquared's Battle with GPS Community

[SIGNALS exclusive] LightSquared pumps up the volume in the battle for spectrum with a host of new lobbyists and a new radio campaign - and both sides are spending lots of money. (more)

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GPS Policy  

LightSquared vs. GPS Issue May Heat Up Federal PNT Board Meeting

The terrestrial broadband network and GPS interference could dominate the November meeting of the national Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing advisory board, now that Vice Chair Brad Parkinson is a target of the company's supporters. (more)

Up and Away! EU Launches First Galileo IOV Satellites

The first two operational satellites headed for the skies on October 21 and a closely-knit team of engineers from ESA and the French space agency assumed control. (more)

Galileo Master
USA Startup Nabs Top Prize in European Satellite Navigation Competition

Three's the charm: An augmented reality car navigation system by MVS-California won the USA Challenge regional prize, NAVTEQ's mobile solution prize and the international grand prize at the 2011 ESNC. (more)
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