Welcome to the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Laboratory

The GNSS lab at York University does cutting edge research related to various topics such as navigation solution development with cm-level accuracy (PPP) , integration of low-cost inertial navigation systems such as MEMS IMUs with GNSS receiver chips, implementation of a FPGA-based software GNSS receiver and research for the development of a reflectometry instrument .

We are based in Petrie Science and Engineering Building at the Keele Campus of York University, Toronto, and are a part of Lassonde School of Engineering. We have a dedicated team of postdoctoral fellows, Ph.D students, M.Sc students and interns, who work in collaboration, on different aspects of Global Navigation Satellite Systems. (GNSS).