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Satelles shows improved PNT accuracy from LEO constellation

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The service uses a signal from the Iridium low-Earth orbit (LEO) constellation. Now the company has released from new tests using configurations with a differential source and with a more accurate OCXO clock, producing timing accuracy of 160 nanoseconds. Gregory Gutt, president and chief technical officer of Satelles, made the presentation at the recent Institute of Navigation International Technical Meeting.

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