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Monday, November 14, 2016 - Thursday, November 17, 2016

541-1605 Using Advanced GPS and GNSS Signals and Systems
All Day Event

Description (Click for Complete Details)

This advanced 4-day GNSS course will enable attendees to achieve proficiency, not merely familiarity, with the essential aspects of using GPS/GNSS signals. It will not only thoroughly address current and future GPS signals, but also drill deeply into available details of signals from other satellite-based positioning and timing systems. As attendees understand similarities and distinctions between different systems and signals, they will become equipped to take advantage of signals from multiple systems.  The course material includes information and techniques not provided in any available text. See course details for more information.

Objectives

To develop proficiency with advanced receiver processing of modernized and new signals from GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, COMPASS, QZSS, supplemented by systems engineering skills, integrated with techniques for assessing performance and performing design trades concerning receiver processing.

Prerequisites

Attendees should already have a solid background in GPS and be ready to develop advanced  skills. Previous exposure to basic signal processing techniques and terminology and to matrix algebra as well as familiarity with engineering mathematics is needed.

Who Should Attend?

This extensive, fast-moving course is targeted to engineers, scientists and professionals who already have a solid background in GPS and are ready to develop advanced skills in using GPS and other satellite-based navigation and timing systems. Attendees should have previous exposure to basic signal processing techniques and terminology. Familiarity with engineering mathematics is needed.

 

 

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