The Navigation blog is focused on navigation issues, methods and analysis from the perspective of Analytical Graphics products and services. I'm Ted Driver and I'll host the blog, updating regularly.

I'll discuss general radio-navigation issues here, as well as how to use our tools to analyze navigation problems. Also, I'll look at different ways our navigation technology can be incorporated into different environments, using our software in any form paradigm. Hope you find something useful here and if you don't, ask me to write about what you're interested in!

As always, I'm open to comments and suggestions, feel free to contact me.


2 Comments so far

  1. Charles November 20th, 2009 08:48

    Perhaps you can also include a field that specifies the PRNs that are currently not assigned in the broadcast almanac.

    For instance, for 20 Nov 09, PRN01 and PRN08 are UNUSUFN and PRN24 is empty. The constellation contains 29 usable space vehicles.

    Thank you for the services you provide us who follow these issues.

    — CHAS

  2. Ted Driver November 20th, 2009 20:48

    Thanks CHAS,
    Good ideas, I’ll incorporate them. Thanks for visiting!

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