[time-nuts] GPS interference and history...
Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R
caf at omen.com
Thu Jun 9 19:22:42 UTC 2011
According to the John Deere article, the higher performance GPS
receivers, such as those used
for agricultural application and IFR navigation have wider front ends to
obtain more precise information
from GPS signals. The LightSquared transmitters wouldn't pose such a
problem if they were in orbit.
> Regarding GPS receivers there today exist many different front-end
> approaches. In particular have single-bit and 1.5 bit samplers and
> direct samplers been used for many customer GPSes. The GPS receivers
> needed in E911 compatible phones is hardly done with lots of money,
> space and power-budget.
> Bringing too quick shift of requirements onto the GPS receiver market
> would... well kill it. Some degradation would be tolerated.
> Look forward to L2C and L5 capabilities to show up alongside Glonass
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