Osmania University Uses Skydel to Develop Their IRNSS Software Receiver
For the past three years, we have been partnering with over 50 different universities and researchers via the Orolia Academic Partnership Program to provide the most robust GPS/GNSS & PNT Test & Simulation tool, the Skydel Simulation Engine. We’ve worked to build an entire community around this solution, dedicated to encouraging innovation in the minds of researchers and the student who will be the future of this industry.
We are proud to highlight a new article published by the Research and Training Unit for Navigational Electronics (NERTU) at Osmania University in India – an OAPP member.
Researchers at Osmania University used the software-based Skydel to develop their Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) software receiver for IRNSS L5 signals. They used Skydel’s high-performance GNSS simulation environment to develop and test the performance of all the signal-processing algorithms inside their software receiver. Following their findings, they published the following paper with ION.View Research Paper
It is wonderful to see our Skydel Software donation going to good use – allowing academics to research, test, and prove out performance and new theories. We are proud to support today’s accomplishments and tomorrow’s innovations. Kudos to Osmania University.
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Leisa has a BA in Communications and Business and Master’s in Sports Management. Sports was her first love, but she was also intrigued by technology and has found the world of GNSS so interesting. GNSS is a necessary component of so many applications; from tracking animal migration patterns to launching rockets into space. The best part is the people and cultures she gets to meet and work with on a daily basis. It’s been a fun ride these past 14 years.