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TAG: ionosphere

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Consortium records scintillation on Galileo signals in Antarctica

July 5, 2017

FIGURE 3.  Statistical and absolute thresholds.

Innovation: Galileo cycle-slip detection

September 1, 2016

Norwegian research vessel Gunnerus, owned by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. (Photo: ESA)

Demonstration tests positioning in the far north

June 23, 2016

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Figure 7. Total electron content in TECu across South America on Feb. 5, 2015, between 19:00 UTC and 19:15 UTC.

Innovation: There’s an app for that

June 13, 2016

24 hours of data from 12 PlanetiQ satellites = ~34,000 occultations/day.

PlanetiQ signs weather satellite launch contract with India’s Antrix

December 3, 2015

Setting up the receiver antenna for the offshore trial on board the Geograph vessel.

A Scintillating Project

August 1, 2015

Image Credit: NASA/JPL/Ionosphere Natural Hazards Team

GPS Data Show How Nepal Quake Disturbed Earth’s Upper Atmosphere

May 2, 2015

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Out in Front: Good News for Modern Nav

May 1, 2015

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