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Call for Papers:

Multi-GNSS Fusion

Satellite Navigation welcomes submissions to the thematic series on ‘Multi-GNSS Fusion’

Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) provides quality services for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) worldwide and plays an important role in the various areas in science, engineering, and military. However, traditional GNSS applications are mainly based on a single system, which is unable to ensure continuous, accurate, and reliable PNT services. The recent developments in multi-constellations (GPS, GLONASS, BDS, and Galileo) and multi-frequency signals make the integration of multiple systems and signals (i.e., multi-GNSS) feasible. To best seize the opportunity research on the theory and methodology of multi-GNSS fusion is highly required. Moreover, the national development plan of satellite navigation places an emphasis on the new generation of resilient PNT system, which relies on multi-GNSS fusion.

Therefore, this special issue calls for the new theory, method, algorithm, and solution in multi-GNSS fusion, which includes but not limited to the following aspects:

  • Multi-GNSS PPP methodology
  • Multi-GNSS RTK methodology
  • GNSS atmosphere sensing and modeling
  • Integration of GNSS and other sensors for positioning and navigation
  • Determination of the orbits and clocks of GNSS and LEO satellites
  • Performance assessment of multi-GNSS SBAS
  • Maintenance of GNSS reference frames
  • GNSS reflectometry
  • Deformation monitoring with GNSSGNSS timing and timekeeping

Guest Editors

Professor Yuanxi Yang, State Key Laboratory of Geo-Information Engineering, Xi’an, China
Professor Xingxing Li, Wuhan University, Hubei, China

Manuscript submission due date: December 31, 2024

Submission Guidelines

Submitted articles must not have been previously published or currently submitted for journal publication elsewhere. Paper submissions must conform to the layout and format guidelines of the journal.

Submissions must be sent via the journal submission website:, authors can select the "Multi-GNSS Fusion" in the "Additional Information" tab during submission.

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