GNSS Timing Measurements from a Low-Earth Orbiting Satellite

27 February 2024
GPS World

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The satellite, named Beagle-1, was launched to the International Space Station in October 2020 and deployed into low-Earth orbit the following month.

It was primarily controlled using the 70-centimeter amateur radio satellite band and a dedicated ground station at Ohio University.

Additionally, the satellite served as a prototype for the receiver to be launched on NASA’s Lunar GPS Receiver Experiment mission and hosted a software-defined GPS/Galileo receiver developed by the University of Padova and Qascom for in-space demonstration and testing.