[time-nuts] GLONASS receiver

Jim Lux jimlux at earthlink.net
Mon Aug 6 00:37:07 UTC 2012

On 8/5/12 5:24 PM, Hal Murray wrote:
> lists at rtty.us said:
>> The next most likely would be a trucker trying to jam the location stuff on
>> his truck. I'm betting that they will be buying multi mode jammers soon…
> What is the frequency used by Glonass or Galileo?  (I think they are close to
> and/or overlapping GPS.)
> What's the bandwidth of the typical ebay jammer used by truckers?
> My guess is they are wide band to cover manufacturing tolerances and will
> wipe out all 3 sources of time/location.

http://www.positim.com/gnss_signals.html has some nice charts
as does wikipedia

L1 and E2 are collocated.
E5 (Galileo) and L5 (GPS) are on top of each other.  They're both 
"safety of life" frequencies, unlike L2

Glonass's two signals are higher than  both L1 and L2

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