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Author Januszewski, Jacek
Affiliation Gdynia Maritime University 3 Jana Pawła II Ave., 81-345 Gdynia, Poland
E-mail jacekjot@am.gdynia.pl Key
ISSN printed 1733-8670
URI http://repository.am.szczecin.pl/handle/123456789/2481
Abstract Nowadays (August 2017) position data can be obtained generally from satellite navigation systems (SNS), such as GPS and GLONASS, and satellite based augmentation systems (SBAS) which can be either global, such as EGNOS, GAGAN, MSAS and WAAS, or regional, such as NAVIC (IRNSS) in India. Two new global SNSs, Galileo and BeiDou, three new global SBASs, SDCM, KASS and SNAS, and one new regional SBA, QZSS in Japan, are under construction. The generic name given to all these abovementioned systems is GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems). This paper presents details of the following: changes that have occurred in the cumulative core revenue in different GNSS market segments (road, Location Based Service LBS, surveying, agriculture, timing & synchronization, aviation, maritime, drones and rail in 2017) in the last 8 years; an overview of the GNSS industry and location-based services in the world; details of current and future GNSS market evolution; GNSS unit shipments in 13 different categories of maritime application; the frequency and constellation capabilities of GNSS receivers; GNSS frequencies that will be common in the future; the adoption of multi-constellation, multi-frequency and dual-frequency as key enablers of improved accuracy and integrity; GNSS services available for civil and authorized users, and multiple signals in the case of all four global SNSs.
Pages 57–62
Publisher Scientific Journals Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademia Morska w Szczecinie
Keywords GNSS
Keywords GNSS receiver
Keywords GNSS frequency
Keywords GNSS signals
Keywords GNSS receiver capabilities and applications
Title GNSS frequencies, signals, receiver capabilities and applications
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ISSN on-line 2392-0378
Language English
Funding No data
Figures 0
Tables 10
DOI 10.17402/285
Published 2018-06-27
Accepted 2018-04-11
Recieved 2017-10-24


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