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The number and scope of GNSS-based space applications has grown significantly the since the first GNSS space receiver was flown. The vast majority of space users are operating in low Earth orbit (LEO), where use of GNSS receivers has become routine. For spacecraft in the SSV, however, the first demonstrated uses came in the late 1990s. Use of GNSS receivers aboard high-altitude spacecraft remains limited due to the challenges involved, including much weaker signals, reduced geometric diversity, and limited signal availability. By focusing on interoperability, the multi-GNSS SSV will provide numerous benefits, expanding the opportunity for full exploitation of the existing potential.

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