Linx Technologies introduced seven new GNSS active ceramic patch antennas, supporting global GNSS applications including GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, NavIC, Beidou and QZSS systems in the L1/E1/B1, L2/E5/B2B and L5/E5/B2A bands.
Rohde & Schwarz has developed a software-based extension to its well-established R&S TS-LBS location-based services test system, making it a tailored solution in line with the European Commission’s guideline document and the upcoming ETSI standard TS 103 825 for AML protocol testing.
DINPAS aims to evaluate the requirements of future autonomous airports in terms of reliable, precise positioning as well as scalability to large numbers of devices, to benefit the next generation of industrial digital solutions.
Orolia has created the Orolia Academic Partnership Program (OAPP) to build a community to help foster global PNT research and collaboration at top engineering schools and research institutions, with access to the company’s signature Skydel GNSS Simulation Engine.
PHY Wireless has announced a new white paper titled “Delivering on the Promise of Massive IoT Tracking and Location Services” published by ABI Research covering the innovative hellaPHY® device-based cellular positioning technology.
Rohde & Schwarz has joined the Car Connectivity Consortium, providing its solutions for the development and production of UWB devices and modules for automotive applications such as keyless vehicle access.
RF co-site interference has become a major issue with the proliferation of antennas, particularly in dense urban areas. This paper offers a practical perspective for those using or specifying new RF wireless systems about what RF co-site interference is, where it comes from, and some of the most common techniques and tools that are available in today’s market to solve these RF co-site interference problems.