Time-lapse of a GNSS radio occultation & reflectometry experiment conducted near the peak of Haleakala on the island of Maui, Hawaii in May 2017.
Masters students Steve Taylor and Harrison Bourne and Dr. Jade Morton (left to right) at the Sounderstrom Incoherent Scatter Radar Facility outside of Kangerlussuaq, Greenland.
Master's student Steve Taylor configuring a GPS data collection system during a flight test conducted on Ohio University's DC-3 Aircraft.
Master's student Harrison Bourne installing a GPS antenna at the Poker Flat Research Range outside of Fairbanks, Alaska.
Harrison Bourne, Dr. Wouter Pelgrum, Jeff Triplett, Dr. Jade Morton, and Steve Taylor (left to right) at the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) Facility in Gakona, Alaska.

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Dr. Morton Delivers Plenary Presentation at U.R.S.I. National Radio Science Meeting

Dr. Morton Delivers Plenary Presentation at U.R.S.I. National Radio Science Meeting

Professor Jade Morton delivered a plenary presentation "Radio Navigation Systems: New Challenges and Opportunities" at the International Union for Radio Science (URSI), 2018 National Radio Science Meeting in Boulder, Colorado.<\span> more...

Professor Jade Morton Delivers Keynote Speech at ITSNT 2017 in Toulouse France

Professor Jade Morton Delivers Keynote Speech at ITSNT 2017 in Toulouse France

Professor Morton delivered the opening keynote speech "Satellite Navigation and Ionosphere Monitoring: Turning a Threat into Signals-of-Opportunity" at the International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing in Toulouse, France. more...

Doctoral Student Brian Breitsch Awarded Best Presentation at ION GNSS+ 2017

Doctoral Student Brian Breitsch Awarded Best Presentation at ION GNSS+ 2017

The presentation, "Long-Term Analysis of Carrier Phase Residual Variations Using Geometry-Ionosphere-Free Combination of Triple-Frequency GPS Observations" was awarded best presentation in the Atmospheric Science and Space Applications session at the Institute of Navigation (ION) GNSS+ 2017 Conference. more...

Doctoral Students Yu Jiao & Dongyang Xu Awarded 2016 ION Burka Award

Doctoral Students Yu Jiao & Dongyang Xu Awarded 2016 ION Burka Award

Doctoral Students Yu Jiao & Dongyang Xu have been awarded the Institute of Navigation (ION) Samuel M. Burka award for their paper "Equatorial Scintillation Amplitude Fading Characteristics Across the GPS Frequency Bands" in recognition of its contributing to the advancement of navigation and space guidance. more...

Doctoral Student Yu Jiao Awarded Best Paper at ION GNSS+ 2016

Doctoral Student Yu Jiao Awarded Best Paper at ION GNSS+ 2016

The paper, "Performance Evaluations of an Equatorial GPS Amplitude Scintillation Detector Using a Machine Learning Algorithm" was awarded best paper in the GNSS Receiver Processing and Navigation Algorithms 1 category at the Institute of Navigation (ION) GNSS+ 2015 Conference. more...

Dr. Morton Recognized for her Achievements in Position, Navigation and Timing

Dr. Morton Recognized for her Achievements in Position, Navigation and Timing

Dr. Morton was honored with the GPS World‘s 2015 Leadership Award for her work on advanced GNSS receiver algorithms for accurate and reliable operations in challenging environments; studies of the atmosphere using radar and satellite signals; and development of new applications using satellite navigation technologies. more...

Doctoral Student Dongyang Xu Awarded Best Paper at ION GNSS+ 2015

Doctoral Student Dongyang Xu Awarded Best Paper at ION GNSS+ 2015

The paper, "GPS Multi-Frequency Carrier Phase Characterization During Strong Equatorial Ionospheric Scintillation" was awarded best paper in the Atmospheric Effects category at the Institute of Navigation (ION) GNSS+ 2015 Conference. more...

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About Us

The Satellite Navigation and Sensing (SeNSe) Laboratory develops next generation global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) receiver algorithms to provide robust navigation and remote sensing capabilities. Our group 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. The GNSS receivers provide continuous, real-time monitoring and long-term statistical analysis of space weather effects. The RF data collected allows the lab to develop robust tracking algorithms and investigate atmospheric phenomena.

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