TELENAV: A PRECISION NAVIGATION SYSTEM BASED ON TELEVISION SIGNAL RECEPTION

Will Connelly

Peer Reviewed

Abstract: Nominal accuracy within meters (with anticipated worst case being no more than tens of meters), update rates fast enough to support airborne remote sensing, and having in-place assets for coverage of most U.S. and many foreign coastal areas are the key characteristics of TELENAV (trade mark applied for), a new electronic navigation system based upon the use of ordinary commercial television signals. When the signal sources are geosynchronous television satellites and TELENAV receivers are modified to process these signals, near global coverage is feasible.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 33, Number 2
Pages: 109 - 122
Cite this article: Connelly, Will, "TELENAV: A PRECISION NAVIGATION SYSTEM BASED ON TELEVISION SIGNAL RECEPTION", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 33, No. 2, Summer 1986, pp. 109-122.
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