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Featured Articles     January 2017
Telecom Industry Comes Down Hard for Better PNT
RNTF Commentary
ATIS Presentation
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Spoofing Will Attain Virus Status, Warns Expert
RNTF Commentary
GPS World
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Defense Act for 2017 Speaks to Resilient PNT & eLoran
RNTF Commentary
H. Rept. 114-537-National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2017 (Parts 1-2)
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Europe Finding Jammers Everywhere - U.S. Not Event Looking
RNTF Commentary
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U.S. Congress Leading GPS/PNT Issues
RNTF Commentary
Dee Ann Davis

Inside GNSS
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DoT Starts Hunt for GPS Timing Backup Supplier
RNTF Commentary
Dee Ann Davis

Inside GNSS
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$Millions in U.S. Supplied Drones for Ukraine Disappoint - Too Vulnerable to Jamming/Hacking
RNTF Commentary
Phil Stewart

World News
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U.S. DHS Looking for Tech to Find Jammers, Protect First Responder Comms
RNTF Commentary
RFI on FedBizOpps.gov
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GPS & eLoran Under Trump
RNTF Commentary
Dee Ann Divis
Inside GNSS
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Cyber Commission Slams Administration - "Need to Protect PNT"
RNTF Commentary
President's Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity
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"GPS Vulnerable, But There is a Solution"
RNTF Commentary
Rep. John Garamendi
National Defense
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'GPS + eLoran Greater than Sum of Part'
RNTF Commentary
Dr. Gene H. McCall

American Center for Democracy
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100 Microseconds New Standard for U.S. Markets
RNTF Commentary
SEC Press Release
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ATIS Time & Money Workshop - 25 January 2017
RNTF Commentary
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January Trivia Question!
Most maritime academies have re-instituted lessons in celestial navigation because of concerns about GPS/GNSS vulnerability and the need to navigate when signals are not available because of solar weather or intentional jamming.  One of the problems with these courses is:
  1. Many are only three or four hours long and don’t provide enough time for students to “master the art”
  2. Celestial navigation with hand-held sextants typically produces “fixes” that are only accurate to within about a nautical mile
  3. Knowing the precise time is essential for celestial navigation - which the students must get from GPS because few ships carry and maintain chronometers.
  4. All of the above.
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Jamming Biggest GPS Danger to U.S. 
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Better Protection of Spectrum is a Defense Necessity
RNTF Commentary
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Todd D. Conley, USN (Ret.)

Signal Magazine- AFCEA
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New PNT Leader in DOD- Brig. Gen. Kevin Kelly
RNTF Commentary
 
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