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Differences in GNSS System Times

Tualcom explains the differences in the timing systems employed by global navigation satellite systems Feature Article by Tualcom
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Tualcom, a developer of RF and communications solutions for UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and unmanned systems, has released an article explaining the system times employed by the different global navigation satellite systems (GNSS).

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The article covers:

  • Why GNSS require highly accurate clocks and time standards
  • The relationship between GPS, Galileo and Beidou times and TAI (International Atomic Time)
  • How GLONASS time differs from the other constellations
  • How each time scale is derived

To find out more about system times for global navigation satellite systems, read the full article on Tualcom’s website.

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