Presentations of the Seminar on GNSS Spectrum Proection and Interference Detection and Management

Kathmandu, Nepal, 12 - 16 December 2016

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I. Overview: Part 1
Course Introduction, Jeffrey AUERBACH, United States of America
II. Introduction to GNSS
History, Frank CLARK, United States of America
How GNSS Works and Applications, Dominic HAYES, European Commission
GNSS Signals, Spectra, and Receiver Fundamentals, David CHOI, United States of America
Why GNSS is So Weak vs Terrestrial Signals: Why it is Vulnerable, Dominic HAYES, European Commission
Three Ways Interference Affects GNSS, David CHOI, United States of America
III. Spectrum Management
What is Spectrum Management and Why Do It, Dominic HAYES, European Commission

Introduction to ITU, Attila MATAS, ITU, presented by Takahiro MITOME, Japan

Orbit/Spectrum and ITU International Regulatory Framework

Radio Navigation Satellite Service and the ITU Radio Regulations

Introduction to National Spectrum Agencies and National Applications, Dominic HAYES, European Commission, David CHOI, United States of America and Takahiro MITOME, Japan
Possible Emissions in GNSS Frequency Bands Other than GNSS Signals, Takahiro MITOME, Japan
Adjacent Band interference Concerns, Dominic HAYES, European Commissions
Conclusions: Summary and Take-Away, David CHOI, United States of America
 Part 2

Introduction, Jeffrey AUERBACH, United States of America

Interactive Discussions: What Was Learned; What is Needed, David CHOI, United States of America
IV. Spectrum Protection
What is Meant by Spectrum "Protection", Dominic HAYES, European Commission
Harmful Interference related to Space ServicesAttila MATAS, ITU, presented by Dominic HAYES, European Commission
ICG Activities and Its Role in Spectrum Protection and Interference Detection and Management, Jeffrey AUERBACH, United States of America
The Ultra-Wide Band Example and a Place to Start, David CHOI, United States of America
V. Interference Detection and Mitigation
Proliferation of GNSS Jammer Devices, Frank CLARK, United States of America
Interference Detection Concepts, Takahiro MITIME, Japan
Interference Detection and Mitigation and GNSS Jammers, Jeffrey AUERBACH, United States of America
Canadian and Australian Legal Sanctions, Jeffrey AUERBACH, United States of America
VI. Summary: Interactive Discussions
Summary and Q&A Session, All Workshop Participants
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