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TAG: multi-constellation

(Satellites from left) GPS: In July 1995, GPS achieved full operational capability (FOC). GLONASS: In December 1995, the (then) Soviet system achieved FOC. BeiDou: On June 23, 2020, China launched the final satellite of the BeiDou-3 constellation. Galileo: The constellation has 21 usable satellites.(Credit: Satellites from public sources; background image: NASA/Chaykovsky Igor/Shutterstock.com)

Global GNSS constellations: Why 2 + 2 equals more than 4

October 18, 2021

Logo: Rx Networks

Rx Networks TruePoint.io global PPP corrections now quad-constellation

June 29, 2021

Photo: Geneq

Geneq offers F100 integrated receiver with multi-touch screen

July 6, 2020

This pair of testbed vehicles went out on the road in Germany to simulate the way we are all likely to be using 5G positioning services in the future. (Photo: ESA)

ESA tests 5G positioning with GNSS + UWB drive

October 1, 2019

Selectable add-on sensor boards click on the OriginIoT cellular IoT system, offering backward compatibility with 2G, 3G, CAT1 and CAT M. (Image: OriginGPS)

OriginGPS multi-constellation module ready for IoT

February 25, 2019

Logo: 27th IUGG General Assembly

IUGG General Assembly accepting submissions for positioning symposium

January 30, 2019

Photo: Geneq

Geneq debuts multi-constellation GNSS survey receiver

August 22, 2018

Image: NovAtel

NovAtel launches TerraStar-C PRO correction service

August 14, 2018