GPS World magazine for June 2011 edition has been released. You can read GPS/GNSS-related news to high-level corporate managers, project and engineering managers, product designers, researchers, and system developers in this issue. Here is features article for this month.
How GPS and GLONASS Got Together — and Other Recent Events
The recent broadcast of the first CDMA signal from the new GLONASS-K satellite culminates a long series of events that began in 1989. A key participant gives a first-hand account of the history of many meetings, formal and informal, that created true interoperability between the two major satellite systems, giving users a modern GNSS in action.
Mitigation for Missiles
Fuzzy Logic and Intelligent Tracking Loops Cope with Interference – A fuzzy tracking system performs as a narrow bandwidth tracking system in terms of noise reduction, and a wide bandwidth tracking system in terms of dynamic response, overcoming the contradiction between receiver bandwidth requirements using classical tracking techniques for either noise reduction or dynamic tracking.
Innovation: MBOC Signal Options
Product Review: Great Positive Strokes from Nike/TomTom Watch
Geographic Eligibility: USA, Canada, Mexico, Selected International
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