Signal Interference: Detection and Mitigation Free 60-Minute Webinar
Date: Thursday, February 2, 2017
Time: 1 p.m. EST / 10 a.m. PST / 7 p.m. CET

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As the number of GNSS signals being tracked increases, so does the potential for interference to dismiss the performance gains of using those additional signals.

To maximize performance and efficiency, prepared PNT users need their equipment to be able to detect when interference is present and mitigate it.

Developers, integrators and users need mitigation tools to protect and preserve GNSS measurement quality, maintaining high-quality multi-frequency multi-constellation positioning performance, even in challenging RF environments. This is essential particularly on the integration journey, especially during prototyping and when encountering unforeseen interference events in field testing, in order to produce fully successful integrated products.

The one-hour webinar also will include a follow-up Q&A session with the speakers.

Speakers: Patrick Casiano

Applied Technology Group, NovAtel

Casiano has responsibility for NovAtel’s Applied Technology Group with a mandate to test and evaluate the strengths of products, both proprietary and competing, through tests in vertical segment-specific use contexts. He has led the development of unique projects on single-board computing platforms and integration of mobile IP technology for remote monitoring; streamlined recurring test methodology templates; and applied user experience and customer principles to create specific targeted content to customers in particular phases of their product integration. He has worked at NovAtel since 2003 as applications engineer and technology adoption manager prior to his current position.

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Moderator: Alan Cameron

Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, GPS World Cameron is editor-in-chief and publisher of GPS World magazine, where he has worked since 2000. He also writes the monthly GNSS Design & Test newsletter and the Wide Awake blog.

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