Transport for NSW has made a submission to the ACMA to install and trial retransmission points inside tunnels to simulate GPS satellite signals.
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority has reminded industry and users of the pending withdrawal of its differential global positioning system.
A new precise satellite positioning system could deliver more than $6 billion to the Australian economy over the next 30 years, a national trial has shown.
Use of the right alignment tool can significantly minimise multi-path and RF interference errors when aligning antennas.
Advanced satellite positioning will have the capacity to guide aircraft to within a few metres, improving safety for all those in the air.
The Android and iOS phone interface to the ToooAir PTToC platform provides phone apps that enable full communication integration.
A new vehicle positioning system that eliminates GPS blackspots between high-rise buildings has been released by Cohda Wireless.
A smartphone-based service will be provided by Fujitsu for the Sailing World Cup Series Regatta in Japan this month.
The GPSJD-100 from Signal Space is a low-cost, portable and easy-to-use unit that allows jamming and interference to the GPS signal to be identified and located.
Productivity will be improved for various industries in Australia with a trial of new positioning technology in the resources industry.
The US Air Force Global Positioning System Next-Generation Operational Control System (GPS OCX) is being updated by Raytheon's use of technology.
Researchers are investigating how to prevent ships' GPSs being jammed in cyber attacks that may cause vessels to collide or run aground.
Step Global’s Max-Matics GPS+ mobile combination antennas are customised for fleet tracking and monitoring applications.
A rocket that will launch high into the ionosphere will help scientists learn more about disruptions to satellite signals.
Several models of digital audio broadcast (DAB) antennas are available through Rojone which can be used in both fixed and mobile applications.