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February 23rd, 2012
Galileo IOV PRN11 Can Be Tracked by Septentrio Receivers

On December 14th, the first Galileo In-Orbit Validation (IOV) satellite started transmitting its first navigation signals to Earth. Septentrio receivers running commercially available software were able to track all signals from the start. The AsteRx3, PolaRxS and PolaRx4 receivers are all capable of tracking E1, E5a, E5b and E5AltBoc using the latest released firmware. Customers who already own an AsteRx3, PolaRxS or PolaRx4 with Galileo reception enabled have been able to start gathering measurements from the first moment the signal was made available, without needing special firmware. Read More