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Application Support System for Commercial GPS Receivers for the Quasi-zenith Satellite System
QZ-support

  • 1.Purpose
    Following the success of the launch of the First Quasi-zenith Satellite "MICHIBIKI," the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) established "Application Support System for Commercial GPS Receivers for the Quasi-zenith Satellite System" to encourage the public except experimental user to use the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS).
  • 2.Content of System
    In order to encourage broad use of "MICHIBIKI," it is necessary to create the environment in which the "MICHIBIKI" supported receivers are offered on the market and anyone can buy it easily. This system supports applicant GPS receiver/chip manufacturers to develop or verify their products by JAXA's technical supports including consultation referring to the specification (IS-QZSS) published by JAXA, use of JAXA signal simulator, and data provision obtained at the JAXA monitor stations of QZSS, so that GPS receiver/chip manufacturers are willing to update their established products to receive and process positioning signals broadcasted from QZSS, or are willing to newly develop a QZSS supported receiver.
  • 2.1 Application eligibility
    • Company which already manufactures and sells GPS receiver/chip, and which intends to conduct the following supports for "MICHIBIKI" in the future.
    • QZSS Support : Upgrade, development and verification of the receiver to support QZSS (Receiver Development)
  • 2.2 Support period
    • October 12, 2010 through March 31, 2012
  • 2.3 Support content
    • Technical consultation to applicant companies
    • To provide equipments, or signal records needed for Receiver Development.
      * To lend a QZSS signal simulator for verification tests of Receiver Development (Costs of transport shall be borne by an applicant company. Use of this simulator for research and development by JAXA is the highest priority. Please note that requests of applicant such as period or time may not be accepted.) * To provide an occasion to record signals from a QZSS signal simulator, in case the simulator is not able to be lent. (An applicant company will be responsible for recording QZSS signals at JAXA by applicant's RF recorder under the supervision of JAXA. JAXA will control the simulator for the applicants.)
    • To coordinate transmission of the positioning signal by standard code during the initial functional verification of "MICHIBIKI."
      During the initial functional verification, the positioning signal will transmit by Non Standard Code (NSC.) However, temporarily, it will be changed to standard code to verify RF interface receivers. (The initial functional verification is the highest priority. Please note that requests of applicant may not be accepted.)
    • To provide information as a reference of actual signals at evaluation point
      *MICHIBIKI observation data at JAXA monitor stations.
      The support system does not include financial support.
  • 3.To receive the support system
    • Please download an application format (PDF:108KB) complete necessary information and send it to the point of contact.
    • Applicant company must agree with the terms based on this system specified in the back side of application form.
    • The support agreement will be completed when you receive an agreement letter from JAXA.
  • 4.Point of contact
    Mr. Hiroaki Tateshita / Ms. Yaka Wakabayashi
    Satellite Application and Promotion Center
    Space Applications Mission Directorate
    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
    Sengen 2-1-1, Tsukuba-shi
    Ibaraki-ken 305-8505 Japan
    Phone:+81-50-3362-3361 or 3558
    E-mail:tateshita.hiroaki@jaxa.jp
    wakabayashi.yaka@jaxa.jp

Please download an application format(PDF:108KB)

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