Researcher

Dr Joon Wayn Cheong

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Joon Wayn Cheong received his PhD in 2012) and BE (2008) from UNSW Sydney. He has 8 years of experience in developing firmware for GPS/GALILEO navigation receivers. He cracked the Locata pseudolite positioning system’s signal structure. He collaborated with Thales Alenia Space France on various aspects of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems. His other research interests in the GNSS field include weak signal acquisition, A-GPS,...view more

Joon Wayn Cheong received his PhD in 2012) and BE (2008) from UNSW Sydney. He has 8 years of experience in developing firmware for GPS/GALILEO navigation receivers. He cracked the Locata pseudolite positioning system’s signal structure. He collaborated with Thales Alenia Space France on various aspects of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems. His other research interests in the GNSS field include weak signal acquisition, A-GPS, GNSS/pseudolite integrated signal processing, GNSS interference and spoofing. He also led the team who developed two of Australia’s first 2U Cubesats that was launched into space in April 2017.

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Location

Room 128, Level 1 Electrical Engineering Building (G17)
University of New South Wales
Sydney 2052 AUSTRALIA


Contact

02 9385 6702

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