U.S. Presentations from ICG-11

November 6-11, 2016

U.S. government officials delivered the following presentations about GPS during the Eleventh Meeting of the International Committee on GNSS (ICG-11), held November 6-11, 2016, in Sochi, Russia.

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U.S. Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT)

Ken Alexander on behalf of Harold Martin, National Coordination Office for Space-Based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing

This presentation provides updates on strategic focus areas under the U.S. GPS policy and management structure, including GPS sustainment and modernization and complementary PNT. It also discusses the UTC offset anomaly and provides updates on WAAS and NDGPS.

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ARAIM Milestone III Report

Ken Alexander, U.S. Department of Transportation & Eric Chatre, European Commission

This briefing provides a progress report on U.S.-European cooperation related to Advanced Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (ARAIM) using multi-constellation GNSS.

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Development of a GNSS-Enhanced Tsunami Early Warning System

Gerald Bawden, NASA

This presentation provides an overview of GNSS based techniques for detecting earthquakes and issuing tsunami warnings.

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GPS Adjacent Band Compatibility Assessment Test Results

Karen Van Dyke, U.S. Department of Transportation

This briefing to Working Group S presents the results of recent testing to characterize how various classes of GPS/GNSS receivers respond to terrestrial broadband signals in the spectrum next to the RNSS bands.

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Global Positioning System: Signals, Measurements and Performance

Rick Hamilton, U.S. Coast Guard

This presentation to Working Group C summarizes a textbook on GPS contributed by the United States and the Space Generation Advisory Council for distribution to the ICG Regional Centers for Space Science and Technology Education.

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