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u-blox Chooses NavX-NCS for Galileo Testing

October 2, 2008
Inside GNSS, Fall 2008

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u-blox AG has selected the NavX-NCS, a multi-constellation and multi-frequency GNSS RF navigation constellation simulator from IFEN GmbH, as the Galileo reference for its receiver development and testing.

NavX-NCS is the first product in a new generation of GNSS products from IFEN, based in Poing, Germany. The NavX-NCS currently supports all present and future Galileo and GPS frequencies (E1/L1, L2C, E5ab/L5, and E6). With its forthcoming GLONASS L1 capabilities, the NavX-NCS will cover Galileo, GPS, and GLONASS signals in a single GNSS laboratory test equipment.

u-blox, a fabless semiconductor positioning solutions provider based in Thalwil, Switzerland, launched its first GPS and Galileo receiver for mass market applications in 2006. It chose the NavX-NCS to support its efforts to further expand its product portfolio of receiver chips and modules.


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