Session A5: Receivers for New Space-Based Sources


Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2024
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Session Chairs:
Natalia Shu
Amy-Marie Dykstra
Naval Surface Warfare Center

8:35 a.m. A Look at the Stars: Navigation with Multi-constellation LEO Satellite Signals of Opportunity – Starlink, OneWeb, Orbcomm, Iridium, and NOAA: Zak M. Kassas, The Ohio State University
8:55 a.m. Signals of Opportunity: A Proposed Standard for Rapid Proliferation and Adoption in Tactical Use: Amy Dykstra, S&T, Emerging Technologies, PNT NSWCDD E24 Munitions Integration and Weaponization; Daniel Smith, Thomas J. Blenk Jr., Joint Program Executive Office Armaments and Ammunition
9:15 a.m. Low-Power, Lightweight Satellite Navigation ASIC and Receiver Development: Nareshbabu Jarmale, Christopher Zarowski, Huan-Wan Tseng, Cedric Logan, Mayflower Communications Company Inc.; Jon Anderson, Canyon Consulting; Scott Minas, Madeleine Naudeau, AFRL
9:35 a.m. Xona Pulsar Software Defined Receiver Augmentation to GPS: Robert Fries, Justin Miller, Matt Flach, and Rod Wright, L3Harris Technologies
1. Responsive SatNav in a Contested Environment using PNT as a Service (PNTaaS): Alison Brown, Greg Loegering, Jarrett Redd, Jeremy Passehl, NAVSYS Corporation
2. Weak Signal Acquisition and Tracking of the Starlink Ku-Band Downlink to Enable Global PNT: Zacharias M. Komodromos, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin; Wenkai Qin, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanic, The University of Texas at Austin; Todd E. Humphreys, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanic, The University of Texas at Austin
3. Practical Precision Tracking for Proliferated Space-Based Sources: Nathan Green, Coherent Technical Services, Inc.; Mark Psiaki, Virginia Tech; Eric Bickford, C5ISR RTI; Paul Olson, C5ISR RTI

10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m. , Break in Exhibit Hall (First Floor), Sponsored by EMCORE