Previous News List
2018/06/16 Launch of a GLONASS-M satellite
2018/05/08 Start of E27 signal transmission
2018/05/07 Start of E31 signal transmission
2018/05/01 Start of E21 signal transmission
2018/04/13 Start of E25 signal transmission
2018/04/09 Start of C29/C30 signal transmission
2018/04/11 Launch of IRNSS-1I
2018/03/29 Launch of two BeiDou-3 MEO satellites
2018/02/20 Start of C21/C22 signal transmission
2018/02/19 BeiDou Open Service Signal B3I ICD published
2018/02/12 Launch of two BeiDou-3 MEO satellites
2018/01/26 Start of C27 signal transmission
2018/01/21 Start of C28 signal transmission
2018/01/12 QZS-4 declared usable
2018/01/11 Launch of two BeiDou-3 MEO satellites
2017/12/12 Launch of four Galileo satellites
2017/11/20 Dilssner F. (2017) A note on the yaw attitude modeling of BeiDou IGSO-6
2017/11/05 Launch of two BeiDou-3 MEO satellites
2017/11/01 Start of QZS-4 signal transmission
2017/10/09 Launch of the fourth QZSS satellite MICHIBIKI-4
2017/10/06 Galileo FOC satellite metadata published
2017/09/15 Start of QZS-2 trial service
2017/09/10 Start of QZS-3 signal transmission
2017/08/19 Launch of the third QZSS satellite MICHIBIKI-3
2017/08/09 Galileo FOC FM-13 declared "usable"
2017/08/01 Galileo FOC FM-12 declared "usable"
2017/06/27 Start of QZS-2 signal transmission
2017/06/01 Launch of the second QZSS satellite MICHIBIKI-2
2017/05/29 Galileo FOC FM-07/14 declared "usable"
2017/04/22 Start of Galileo FOC FM-12/13 (E03/E04) signal transmission
2017/03/03 Start of Galileo FOC FM-14 (E05) signal transmission
2017/03/02 Start of Galileo FOC FM-07 (E07) signal transmission
2017/01/31 IRNSS 1A clock failures
2017/01/19 ESA: Galileo clock anomalies under investigation
2016/12/15 Galileo initial open service declaration
2016/12/01 Galileo FOC FM-10/11 declared "available"
2016/11/17 Launch of Galileo FOC FM-07/12/13/14
2016/10/11 PRN switch of BeiDou IGSO 6 from C15 to C13
2016/09/23 Release of igs08_1915.atx including updated Galileo PCOs
2016/06/12 Launch of BeiDou GEO 7.
2016/05/24 Launch of Galileo FOC FM-10/11 satellites.
2016/04/29 IRNSS renamed to NAVIC.
2016/04/28 Launch of IRNSS-1G GEO satellite.
2016/03/29 Launch of BeiDou IGSO 6.
2016/03/10 Launch of IRNSS-1F GEO satellite.
2016/02/12 MGEX status changed to Pilot Project by IGS Governing Board.
2016/02/01 Launch of BeiDou M3-S.
2016/01/20 Launch of IRNSS-1E IGSO satellite.
2015/12/17 Launch of Galileo FOC FM-8/9 satellites.
2015/10/15 New daily multi-GNSS differential code bias (DCB) product from CAS/IGG Wuhan.
2015/10/01 Resumed provision of 5-constellation orbit and clock product from Wuhan University (starting 2014).
2015/09/29 Launch of second BeiDou-3 IGSO satellite.
2015/09/11 Launch of Galileo FOC FM-5/6 satellites.
2015/09/01 Integration of MGEX stations into IGS network.
2015/08/05 Release of RINEX Version 3.03.
2015/07/25 Launch of first BeiDou-3 MEO satellites.
2015/07/21 New IGS antenna phase center model igs08_1854.atx with Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS and NAVIC satellites (see IGS mail 7126).
2015/06/01 QZSS added to GFZ multi-constellation orbit and clock product.
2015/03/30 Launch of first BeiDou-3 IGSO satellite.
2015/03/28 Launch of IRNSS-1D.
2015/03/27 Launch of Galileo FOC FM-3/4 satellites.
2015/01/04 Start use of ECOM2 solar radiation pressure model for CODE multi-GNSS orbit and clock product (week 1826).
2014/12/31 Start of daily uploads for GPS L2C/L5 CNAV navigation data.
2014/10/16 Launch of IRNSS-1C.
2014/08/22 Launch of first pair of Galileo FOC satellites. Orbit injection failure.
2014/07/01 Addition of 10 new stations in Asia-Pacific region by Geoscience Australia.
2014/06/27 IGS Workshop, Pasadena. Recommendation to adopt GPS-style spacecraft axis conventions (+x to Sun hemisphere) for all GNSS satellites with yaw-steering attitude control mode (Galileo, QZSS, etc.) and to initiate a RINEX 3 transition plan.
2014/04/28 Start of routine CNAV transmission on GPS Block IIR-M satellites (L2C) and IIF satellites (L2C and L5).
2014/04/04 Launch of IRNSS-1B
2014/03/23 New BeiDou orbit and clock products provided by Wuhan University and GFZ (see section Products)
2014/02/24 New differential code bias (DCB) product (see section Products); updated Galileo and QZSS event lists.
2013/08/03 Start of routine provision of JAXA's combined GPS+QZSS precise orbit and clock product for MGEX (see section Products)
2013/08/02 Provision of GPS L2C/L5 CNAV data set from June 2013 campaign (see sections GPS Status Page)
2013/07/30 RINEX files from 9 stations of the ESA/ESOC network are made available to the MGEX project including current and historic data (see MGEX station list).
2013/07/04 Updated information on real-time streams and products (see sections Real-Time Data and Real-Time Products)
2013/07/01 Launch of IRNSS-1; opened new section on Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS)
2013/05/29 New multi-GNSS broadcast ephemeris product made available (see section Products)
2013/05/29 Various new stations have been added to the MGEX network by CNES (REGINA network), DLR (CONGO network), and GFZ as well as individual providers (see section Network). A total of 74 stations is now available, most of which offer real-time data streams in addition to offline RINEX3 data.
2013/03/01 All participating institutions have now transitionend to the RINEX3 format for observation and navigation files submitted to the MGEX data archives. RINEX2 has been discontinued for MGEX purposes (but continues to be used for the operational IGS network).
2012/12/17 First release of QZSS products by JAXA (see section Products)
2012/11/10 Provision of orbit and clock products for Galileo and QZSS (see section Products)
2012/11/10 Revised interactive network map (see section Network)
2012/11/10 Draft parameters for BeiDou processing (see BeiDou page)
2012/10/25 Recommended parameters for Galileo and GIOVE processing (see Galileo page)
2012/10/25 Recommended parameters for QZSS processing (see QZSS page)

Last Updated: 2018/09/14 07:53:51
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