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Jean-Luc Issler

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Jean-Luc Issler has been head of the Instrumentation Telemetry/telecommand and Propagation (ITP) department of the CNES Radiofrequency sub-directorate since August 2009.

Issler is one of the inventors of CBOC and proposed the Galileo E5 signal using the AltBOC 8-PSK invention made by Laurent Lestarquit. Issler graduated from the Ecole Supérieure d’Electronique de l’Ouest (ESEO).

He received the Astronautic Prize French Aeronautical and Astronautic Association in 2004, as well as the EADS Science and Engineering prize awarded in 2008 by the French Academy of Sciences for his work on GNSS frequencies and modulations, and spaceborne RF equipment.

Issler is a member of the Inside GNSS Editorial Advisory Council.

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