GNSS-based emergency message service: Lessons learned and future prospects

Abstract

Integrating navigation and communication for emergency message services through Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals is under consideration in Europe and Japan. A GNSS satellite continuously transmits ranging signals and messages. These messages include information about the satellite's orbit, ionospheric conditions, satellite health, etc. In a next generation of these systems or utilizing spare bits available in the current systems, data bandwidth could be utilized to transmit additional information, for example during large scale emergency situations.

DOI: 10.1109/ASMS-SPSC.2014.6934555

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@article{Iwaizumi2014GNSSbasedEM, title={GNSS-based emergency message service: Lessons learned and future prospects}, author={Daisuke Iwaizumi and Takaki Ishida and Shota Iino and Naohiko Kohtake and Peter J. Buist}, journal={2014 7th Advanced Satellite Multimedia Systems Conference and the 13th Signal Processing for Space Communications Workshop (ASMS/SPSC)}, year={2014}, pages={276-283} }