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Enhance precision and positioning with GNSS Components expertise

We specialise in identifying and implementing accurate satellite positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) solutions for smart cities, infrastructure, autonomy, UAV’s and autonomous vehicles. Our commitment to excellence means that we source components from trusted manufacturers who adhere to strict quality standards.

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Unlock the potential of new technology with resilient PNT resilient PNT

A strategic approach to sourcing PNT solutions designed for your specific application

PNT (Positioning, Navigation, and Timing) technology is forefront the most advanced applications worldwide. Whether you require resilience against interference or enhanced performance in demanding environments, GNSS Components can provide the right solution to ensure the precision, integrity, consistency, and reliability that your application demands.

The importance of GPS/GNSS integrity

As PNT is vital across diverse economic activities, any disruption in availability, reliability, resilience, or integrity could compromise the fundamental infrastructure that underpins national security, business continuity, and public safety.

The increasing dependency on PNT services, along with the potential for significant economic consequences resulting from vulnerabilities, highlights the critical role of GPS and GNSS systems in the global economy and the national security of nations across the world. The need for resilient PNT systems is essential to address GPS/GNSS disruptions.

Ensuring PNT solutions work in the real world

Benefits and challenges of PNT in Low Earth Orbit (LEO)

PNT in LEO offers numerous advantages, including global coverage, accuracy, and low latency, but it also comes with operational and technical challenges related to satellite constellation management, signal propagation, and regulatory compliance.

The advantages of using LEO for PNT and related applications

It’s important to note that the benefits of LEO can vary depending on the specific requirements of the application and the design of the satellite constellation.

  • Higher Received Power Levels: LEO satellites are closer to Earth, which generally results in stronger and more reliable signals. This can lead to improved accuracy and faster data acquisition for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) applications.

  • Higher Data Transfer Rate: LEO satellites can provide higher data transfer rates for communication with ground stations or user terminals. This can be advantageous for applications that require real-time data exchange, such as high-frequency trading or live streaming.

  • Lower Launch Costs: Launching payloads into LEO is typically more cost-effective than placing them in higher orbits. Lower launch costs can make LEO-based PNT solutions more economically viable.

  • Better for Earth Imaging: LEO satellites are well-suited for Earth observation and imaging missions due to their proximity to the planet. They can capture high-resolution imagery and collect data for various Earth-monitoring applications.