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The GPS Week Number Rollover problem. By Guy Buesnel, CPhys, FRIN On January 18, 2018 Positioning GPS, GNSS, Week Number Rollover problem, receiver, 6 April 2019, testing. Some GPS receivers may malfunction on or after 6 April 2019 due to the GPS Week Rollover. Heres what that means and how to check if a receiver is vulnerable.
EU Radio Equipment Directive: What GPS Device Manufacturers Need To Know. By Guy Buesnel, CPhys, FRIN On February 28, 2017 Positioning No tags assigned. From 13 June 2017, all new GNSS equipment sold in the EU must be tested to ensure activity in nearby frequency bands doesnt interfere with performance. Heres what you need to know.
Developers of connected autonomous vehicles have many decisions to make about the physical design of the vehicle navigation system. One key consideration is the design and placement of the GPS/GNSS antenna, as well as antennas for other types of radio signals, like WiFi and 5G. Its critical ...
At the latest OmniAir Texas Plugfest, key players in this arena came together to re-assess their readiness for V2X deployment. Read about current developments on efficient test tools that speed-up the deployment of V2X technology, help enhance road safety and intelligent transportation systems.
U.S. companies experienced the highest average cost of a breach at $7.91 million. Irrespective of how you slice and dice the findings and full financial impact of a data breach on a company's bottom line, you will be compelled to deploy even more of the latest cyber security technology and solutions available from a plethora of best of bread vendors.
Operators of critical infrastructure must start taking a more responsible attitude to the GPS receivers in their systems, according to a new presentation from the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
DEFCON25: GPS time spoofing now simple party trick - researcher. By Guy Buesnel, CPhys, FRIN On September 14, 2017 Positioning GNSS Interference, GPS, spoofing. A session at DEFCON 25 in Las Vegas showed how easy its become to falsify GPS-based time signals. That has far-reaching implications for time-dependent networks.
Popular Posts. Testing RTK and PPP for precise positioning in connected and autonomous vehicles; Testing GNSS antennas in connected and autonomous vehicles: Simulating RF signals over the air
Breaching the External Network Security Perimeter with OSINT, Malicious Outlook Rules, Citrix & PowerShell Empire. By Saurabh Harit, OSCP On July 7, 2017 Security Breaching, Network Security, OSINT, Malicious Outlook Rules, Security Network Testing.
A Lesson from the Galileo Clock Failures: GNSS Systems Need More Rigorous Testing. By Guy Buesnel, CPhys, FRIN On January 30, 2017 Positioning Galileo, GNSS, GNSS Testing, Atomic Clocks. Nine clocks on-board Galileo satellites have failed. Heres what this means for the GNSS community and why we all need to test more thoroughly.
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