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Session B1: Collaborative Navigation Techniques

Raytheon HiPRNav-T
Matthew Dusard, Jarrett Perry and Paul Quinn, Raytheon Intelligence and Space
Date/Time: Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2:30 p.m.

Raytheon, Space and Airborne Systems (Raytheon SAS), is developing a High Precision Relative Navigation and Timing (HiPRNav-T) capability for operation in GPS contested and denied environments. The Architecture under development allows this capability to be used across the battlefield across Mounted and Dismounted Assured PNT Systems (MAPS/DAPS), Avionics and Weapons. Simulations show relative navigation accuracy to within millimeters with picoseconds time accuracy is achievable.
The HiPRNav-T concept was originally investigated as part of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) program and has further evolved under Raytheon SAS IRAD to include the capability of two-way time transfer between receivers to support GPS denied environments.



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