Galileo 6 Signals Acquired

March 18, 2015  - By
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News courtesy of CANSPACE Listserv.

On March 17, some stations participating in the International GNSS Service Multi-GNSS Experiment acquired E1 and E5a signals from Galileo 6 (FOC-FM2, GSAT0202). The satellite is using pseudorandom noise code E14.

The orbit of Galileo 6 was recently adjusted to make it more circular with a higher perigee after it was launched into an incorrect orbit last August.

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  1. Guillermo says:

    Great news for Galileo! It seems that the preliminary clock performances for E14 look good when processing them with magicGNSS! http://magicgnss.gmv.com/wordpress/?p=1850

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