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Page 54 of 67 N O V E M B E R / D E C E M B E R 2 0 1 7 Inside GNSS 55 Earth (e.g., Quasi-Zenith Satellite Sys- tem [QZSS]) are being considered. Organizations are encouraged to contact the working group if they have files with formats that are currently not adequately represented in the repository or represent use cases so far not consid- ered. The respective point of contact is given on the web page. e working group will then take care of creating a metadata file (if not yet available), check the correctness and organize the upload. Additional Resources [1] Cooklev, T., R. Normoyle, and D. Clendenen, "The Vita49 Analog RF-Digital Interface," IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine, Q4 2012. [2] Favenza, A., and N. Linty, "Exploiting Standard- ized Metadata for GNSS SDR Remote Processing: a Case Study", ION GNSS+ 2016, Portland, Oregon (USA), 09/2016. [3] Lucas-Sabola, V., G. Seco-Granados, J. A. López- Salcedo, J. A. García-Molina, M. Crisci, "Cloud GNSS receivers: New advanced applications made pos- sible", Proc. Int. Conf. Localization GNSS (ICL-GNSS), pp. 1-6, 2016. [4] Lucas-Sabola, V., Seco-Granados, G., López-Sal- cedo, J.A., García-Molina, J.A., Crisci, M., "Demonstra- tion of Cloud GNSS Signal Processing," Proceedings of the 29th International Technical Meeting of The Satellite Division of the Institute of Navigation (ION GNSS+ 2016), Portland, Oregon, September 2016, pp. 34-43. Authors James T. Curran ( jamestcur- received a B.E. in electrical & electronic Engineer- ing and a Ph.D. in telecommuni- cations from the Department of Electrical Engineering, Univer- sity College Cork, Ireland. He worked as a senior research engineer with the PLAN Group in the University of Calgary, Canada, and as a grant-holder at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission (EC), Italy. James is cur- rently a radionavigation engineer at the European Space Agency in the Netherlands. His main research interests are signal processing, information theory, cryptography, and software defined radio. Markel Arizabaleta has a M.Sc. from the Universit y of the Basque Country (UPV-EHU) in Telecommunication Engineer- ing. He studied the last year in Tampere University of Technol- ogy (TUT ) where he worked on joint 5G mobile communication and positioning systems and joined the Universität der Bundeswehr München in 2017 where he is involved in signal processing for satellite navigation systems. Thomas Pany is with the Uni- v e r s i t ä t d e r B u n d e s w e h r München at the faculty of aero- space engineering where he teaches satellite navigation. His research includes all aspects of navigation ranging from deep space navigation over new algorithms and assem- bly code optimization. Currently he focuses on GNSS signal processing for Galileo second gen- eration, GNSS receiver design and GNSS/INS/ LiDAR/camera fusion. To support these activities, Pany is developing a modular GNSS test bed for advanced navigation research. Previously he worked for IFEN GmbH and IGASPIN GmbH and is the architect of the ipexSR and SX3 software receiver. Pany has around 200 publications includ- ing patents and one monography. Sanjeev Gunawardena is a Research Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering with the Autonomy & Navigation Tech- nology (ANT ) Center at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT ). His research interests include RF design, digital systems design, high performance computing, software defined radio, and all aspects of GNSS receivers and associated signal processing. Ideal for UAVs, Surveying, Precision Agriculture… · GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou · Dual Frequency Tersus GNSS L1/L2 RTK Boards CM-level Positioning Accuracy

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