SeNSe Lab doctoral Student Ian Collett’s video abstract for his paper entitled “Characterization and mitigation of interference between GNSS radio occultation and reflectometry signals for low-altitude occultations” published in NAVIGATION, Volume 67, Number 3.
SeNSe Lab doctoral Student Yunxiang Liu’s video abstract for his paper entitled “Automatic detection of ionospheric scintillation-like GNSS satellite oscillator anomaly using a machine-learning algorithm” published in NAVIGATION, Volume 67, Number 3.
SeNSe Lab Postdoctoral Research Dr. Zhe (Jenny) Yang wins Best Presentation Award for her presentation entitled "Time lags in Ionospheric Scintillation Response to Geomagnetic Storms: Alaska Observations" at the ION GNSS+ 2020 Virtual meeting.
SeNSe Lab Doctoral Candidate Yang Wang wins Best Presentation Award for his presentation entitled "Coherent and Semi-coherent Spaceborne GNSS-R for Land Surface Altimetry Applications" at the ION GNSS+ 2020 Virtual meeting.
SeNSe Lab Doctoral Candidate Yunxiang (Leo) Liu wins Best Presentation Award for his presentation entitled "Improved Automatic Detection of GPS Satellite Oscillator Anomaly Using Machine Learning Algorithm" at the ION GNSS+ 2020 Virtual meeting.
Dr. Jade Morton was presented with the ION Kepler Award during the 2020 GNSS+ Virtual Conference for advances in scientific and navigation receiver technology, automated data collection, robust carrier phase tracking, remote sensing, and profound impact as an educator and author.
SeNSe Lab engineers Harrison Bourne and Steve Taylor appear in the May issue of Astronomy Magazine

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Professor Jade Morton Awarded 2020 Institute of Navigation (ION) In Distinguished Service Award

Professor Jade Morton Awarded 2020 Institute of Navigation (ION) In Distinguished Service Award

Dr. Y. Jade Morton has served as the president of The Institute of Navigation (ION) from January 2019 – January 2021. Her term of office is characterized by a strengthening of ties between ION’s membership and the international community, with particular emphasis on Eastern and Pacific Rim nations. more...

Professor Jade Morton's Position, Navigation, and Timing Technologies in the 21st Century Published

Professor Jade Morton's Position, Navigation, and Timing Technologies in the 21st Century Published

The textbook follows more than five years of work by 131 authors from 18 countries. It offers comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in the field of PNT by world-renowned experts. The two-volume set covers the latest developments in PNT technologies, including integrated satellite navigation, sensor systems, and civil applications. more...

Professor Jade Morton Discusses the History of ION and the State of PNT in Coordinates Magazine

Professor Jade Morton Discusses the History of ION and the State of PNT in Coordinates Magazine

The article, titled “An ideal GNSS system is one that is impossible to spoof and difficult to jam” covers the achievements, goals and challenges of the Institute of Navigation (ION) as well as the innovative applications, future challenges, and advancements in positioning navigation and timing (PNT). more...

Dr. Jade Morton Delivers Keynote Presentation at the RIN International Navigation Conference

Dr. Jade Morton Delivers Keynote Presentation at the RIN International Navigation Conference

Professor Jade Morton delivered a keynote presentation "Satellite Navigation and Sensing - A Match Made In Heaven" at the United Kingdom's Royal Institute of Navigation's (RIN) 2019 International Navigation Conference (INC) in Edinburgh, UK. more...

Doctoral Student Ian Collett Awarded Lockheed Martin Corporation Endowed Graduate Fellowship

Doctoral Student Ian Collett Awarded Lockheed Martin Corporation Endowed Graduate Fellowship

Doctoral Student Ian Collett has been Awarded the Lockheed Martin Corporation Endowed Graduate Fellowship to support his studies during the 2019-2020 school year. more...

Professor Jade Morton being inducted as a fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN)

Professor Jade Morton being inducted as a fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN)

Dr. Jade Morton elected a fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation (RIN) in recognition of her significant contributions to the understanding of ionospheric effects on navigation satellite signals, development of several innovative signal processing algorithms and excellence in navigation education. more...

Doctoral Student Brian Breitsch Awarded Lockheed Martin Corporation Endowed Graduate Fellowship

Doctoral Student Brian Breitsch Awarded Lockheed Martin Corporation Endowed Graduate Fellowship

Doctoral Student Brian Breitsch has been Awarded the Lockheed Martin Corporation Endowed Graduate Fellowship to support his graduate studies during the 2018-2019 school year. more...

Doctoral Student Ian Collett Awarded Best Presentation at The Institute of Navigation's GNSS+ 2018 Meeting

Doctoral Student Ian Collett Awarded Best Presentation at The Institute of Navigation's GNSS+ 2018 Meeting

The presentation, "Characterization and Mitigation of Interference Between GNSS Radio Occultation and Reflectometry Signals for Low Altitude Occultations" was awarded best presentation in the Remote Sensing, Timing, and Clock Technology session at the Institute of Navigation (ION) GNSS+ 2018 Conference. more...

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About Us

The Satellite Navigation and Sensing (SeNSe) Laboratory, headed by Professor Jade Morton, develops next generation global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) receiver and other radio-based sensor technologies to provide robust navigation and remote sensing capabilities. The SeNSe Lab deploys and maintains a global network of GNSS receivers and Radio Frequency (RF) data recorders which continuously monitor and collect the full range of GNSS signals in the Arctic, North and South America, Asia, Africa, and will be expanding to Europe and the Antarctic in 2020. The GNSS receivers provide continuous, real-time monitoring and long-term statistical analysis of space weather effects as well as other environment propagation effects. The RF data collected allows the lab to develop robust tracking algorithms and investigate atmospheric, urban, ocean, and land surface phenomena.  The lab is equipped with basic RF testing equipment including signal generators, spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes, power supplies, multi-meters, various SDR and RF components for field experiments, RTK GNSS receivers, and a wide range of single point GNSS receivers.  The lab also operates a state-of-the-art data center with over 800 terabytes of capacity.

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