Singapore Joins with China to Develop Apps, Protect BeiDou Signals

June 22, 2015  - By
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Singapore and China are jointly opening a center to develop applications for the BeiDou GNSS, according to a report in Space News. The nations also have signed a commercial agreement to create anti-jamming systems to protect BeiDou signals.

At a briefing during the CommunicAsia show held in Singapore May 31-June 2, SpaceTime Technology Pte Ltd. and ST Electronics (Satcom & Sensor Systems) Pte Ltd. signed a memorandum of understanding to “develop in Singapore an interference-resistant Beidou satellite positioning system,” SpaceNews report.

The companies said the goal is to protect BeiDou signals from unintentional jamming in urban environments, where wireless devices occasionally overstep their radio-frequency boundaries.

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