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Figure 3: The antenna was connected to the RF port of the USRP. The USRP sampled the analog data delivered by the antenna using the TCXO as the reference oscillator. The resulting sampled data was stored in a Linux-based computer. (Image: Authors)

Innovation: Software-defined radios for GNSS

November 22, 2022

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Innovation: Self-driving cars in urban neighborhoods

February 1, 2022

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Innovation: Self-driving cars in urban environments

February 1, 2022

Figure 1. The three station locations. (Image: Authors)

Innovation: Ionospheric corrections for precise point positioning

August 1, 2021

FIGURE 7. Road test trajectory with ovals indicating the approximate locations of GPS outages. (Image: Author)

Innovation: Improved navigation through GNSS outages

February 1, 2021

FIGURE 1. Components of the quadrotor helicopter. (Photo: K. Mueller, J. Atman, N. Kronenwett & G.F. Trommer)

Innovation: A multi-sensor navigation system for outdoors and indoors

November 20, 2020

1990: UNB Professor Richard Langley and two graduate students use a GPS antenna (recognize it?) on a tripod to re-measure a historical baseline. (Photo: UNB Perspectives)

In the beginning, there was innovation

September 7, 2020

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Innovation: Integrity for safe navigation

February 12, 2020