Another first: JAVAD GNSS receivers can track Chinese Compass (Beidou-2)
February 04, 2011—With modified firmware, all JAVAD GNSS receivers can track Chinese Compass B1 signal now. This is 6th GNSS system supported by JAVAD GNSS (GPS, Glonass, Galileo (Giove), SBAS (Egnos), QZSS, Compass). Log file, collected on TR_G3TH board in Moscow during weekend, reported up to 26 (!) satellites locked simultaneously.
  All JAVAD GNSS receivers track QZSS Satellite and its New L1C signal
October 29, 2010—Another first: On the afternoon of Friday October 29, 2010, JAVAD GNSS engineers in Moscow tracked Japan's first QZSS satellite and its new L1C signal, as we reported earlier. We update our report by presenting C/A, L2C, L5, SAIF and the new L1C signals that were collected on Nov 10, 2010 from 02.00 till 12.00 UTC, when QZSS-1 satellite was visible in Moscow. QZSS is the first satellite which transmits new L1C signal. All of the current JAVAD GNSS receivers, including OEM boards, ALPHA, DELTA, SIGMA, TRIUMPH-1 and TRIUMPH-VS can track QZSS signals with a software update. The software upgrade may be released as early as next week.
  GPS SVN 49 and JAVAD GNSS Triumph Technologies
August 19, 2009—The anomalies in the recently launched SVN49(PRN1) was a chance to demonstrate the advanced multipath reduction capabilities of JAVAD GNSS Triumph technologies. SNV49 (PRN1) code-minus-phase plot for usual correlators shows almost all anomalies and satellite multipath are removed.
  JAVAD GNSS receivers tracked all current and future Galileo satellite signals
August 19, 2009—JAVAD GNSS receivers successfully tracked all Galileo satellites from Spirent and IFEN NavX-NCS simulators and produced Galileo-only, double satellite (GPS+Galileo) and triple satellite (Gps+Glonass+Galileo) positions. Up to 27 satellites were tracked simultaneously. Spirent simulator was Gps L1 + Glonass L1 + Galileo E1. IFEN NavX-NCS is GPL L1 + Galileo E1/E5. The experiments were performed jointly by Spirent and JAVAD GNSS, and also jointly by IFEN and JAVAD GNSS.
  Our Customers Now Track GPS L5 Signal
April 24, 2009—The first GPS satellite with L5 signal(the IIR(M)-20) was successfully launched on March 24, 2009 and its L5 payload activated on April 10, 2009. This is a significant milestone in the GPS modernization efforts. We are proud to announce that all of our customers with our "triple-frequency" type OEM boards( TR-G2T, TR-G3T, TRE-G2T, TRE-G3T, TRE-G3TAJ) and receivers (TRIUMPH-1, Alpha TR-G2T/TR-G3T, DeltaS TRE-G2T/TRE-G3T/TRE-G3TAJ, SigmaS TRE-G2T/TRE-G3T/TRE-G3TAJ) can now track this signal. The signal characteristics clearly indicate that our receivers allow high quality code and carrier phase measurements of the L5 signal. The signal-to-noise ratio typically varies from about 30 dB*Hz at low elevations up to 57 dB*Hz at zenith.
  We tracked MBOC of Galileo GIOVE-B
October 24, 2008—We are glad to report that on Thursday October 23, 2008, we tracked the MBOC signals of Galileo GIOVE-B.
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