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Latest News on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) is a satellite-based navigation system that uses a network of satellites to provide positioning, navigation, and timing services to users on Earth. They are used for a variety of applications including surveying, mapping, navigation, and tracking. GNSS systems use a combination of signals from multiple satellites to determine the position of a user on Earth. The most widely used GNSS system is the Global Positioning System (GPS) developed by the United States. Other GNSS systems include the European Galileo, the Russian GLONASS, the Chinese BeiDou, and the Japanese QZSS.

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  • Getting Started with u-blox Thingstream and PointPerfect
    Interested in high-precision GNSS without setting up a base station?...
    Source: Sparkfun by Chris McCarty
  • Atmosphere, Vol. 14, Pages 233: Study of Ionosphere Irregularities over the Iber...
    Studies on the irregularities of the ionosphere during disturbed geomagnetic conditions are fundamental to understanding the complex dynamics taking place in the upper atmosphere. In this work, different data sources are used to study the ionosphere effects of two moderate geomagnetic storms, 26–27 February 2014 and 17–18 September 2021, over...
    Source: MDPI by Saioa A. Campuzano
  • GNSS, inertial measurement and sensor fusion on one Click board
    GNSS RTK 2 is a multi-band GNSS sensor plus integrated inertial measurement unit and sensor fusion for industrial applications, build in Mikroe’s 57 x 25mm Click board format. Based on Ublox’ ZED-F9R professional-grade GNSS positioning module, it can receive signals from GPS, Glonass, Galileo and BeiDou “plus SBAS and QZSS...
    Source: Electronics Weekly by Steve Bush
  • Equatorial Plasma Bubbles Identification with Single Frequency GNSS Receiver Dat...
    Ionosphere is the highest contributor of positional error in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) owing to the trans-ionospheric signal delay, distortion and possible outage. Equatorial and Low latitudinal ionosphere experiences frequent perturbations in plasma density most of which is due to the presence of Equatorial Plasma Bubbles (EPBs). In order...
    Source: F1000 Research by Tatiparti Padma
  • Cellular Function for MicroMod
    The Blues Wireless Cellular Function Board joins the MicroMod family, two new versions of the Main boards are now available, and a new Arducam 64MP Camera brings new options for imaging sensors....
    Source: Sparkfun by Chris McCarty
  • The Last Product Post of 2022
    A new version of the Qwiic Starter Kit for Raspberry Pi is now available with two new Arduino Nano BLE Sense boards!...
    Source: Sparkfun by Chris McCarty
  • This map-making AI could be the first step towards GPS on the moon
    Landing back on the moon is in reach, but humans will need some assistance with directions to further explore the landscape. NASA JohnsonThe navigation system will also work alongside the moon's future internet, LunaNet. The post This map-making AI could be the first step towards GPS on the moon appeared...
    Source: Popular Science by Tatyana Woodall
  • What's the Buzz With Swarm?
    Our new Swarm M138 Satellite Transceiver Kit is now available along with a Limited Edition MultiStar Ornament!...
    Source: Sparkfun by Chris McCarty
  • GIS Week
    Save over 100 dollars this week in celebration of GIS Day!...
    Source: Sparkfun by Kollin Burckhardt
  • Air Quality is the Best Policy
    The new ENS160 Air Quality Sensor is now available with two new SparkX boards!...
    Source: Sparkfun by Chris McCarty
  • ep.362: Precise Navigation using LEO Satellites, with Tyler Reid
    Dr. Tyler Reid, CTO of Xona Space Systems, discusses a new approach to global navigation satellite systems designed for self-driving cars....
    Source: Robohub by Lilly Clark
  • Modelling the Ionosphere response to the Tonga Volcanic Eruption
    Joseph Huba, Vice President at Syntek Technologies looks at the Tonga Volcanic Eruption and results from a high-resolution simulation of the event to model the Ionosphere response. The post Modelling the Ionosphere response to the Tonga Volcanic Eruption appeared first on Open Access Government....
    Source: Open Access Government by Emily
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