Dr Joon Wayn Cheong

Dr Joon Wayn Cheong

Fields of research: Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Satellite Communications, Signal Processing, Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Navigation and Position Fixing
Campus: Kensington
Tags: Satellite Navigation Equipment, Communication Equipment, Aerospace Transport not elsewhere classified, Road Safety

Dr. Joon Wayn Cheong is currently a Research Associate at the School of Electrical Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW) where he is currently developing the firmware for the space-qualified Namuru family of GPS/GALILEO integrated receivers under the Garada and QB50 project. He received his PhD from UNSW where he cracked the Locata pseudolite positioning system’s code and derived high-sensitivity GPS signal acquisition algorithms. His other research interests in the GNSS field...

Dr. Joon Wayn Cheong is currently a Research Associate at the School of Electrical Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW) where he is currently developing the firmware for the space-qualified Namuru family of GPS/GALILEO integrated receivers under the Garada and QB50 project. He received his PhD from UNSW where he cracked the Locata pseudolite positioning system’s code and derived high-sensitivity GPS signal acquisition algorithms. His other research interests in the GNSS field include weak signal acquisition, A-GPS, GNSS/pseudolite integrated signal processing, GNSS interference and spoofing.

Location

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

Contact

02 9385 6702

Videos

Navigating through GPS dropouts

Research Activities

Garada Synthetic Aperture Radar Formation Flying Project

Garada Synthetic Aperture Radar Formation Flying Project

Garada, funded by the Australian Space Research Program (ASRP), is a collaborative space engineering research project at the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER).

QB50 UNSW Cubesat

QB50 is a network 50 CubeSats that will be launched together in the first half of 2015 into a 'string-of-pearls' configuration in a circular orbit at 320 km altitude, inclination 79 degrees.

Biarri GPS Receiver Project

The Project

  • Biarri is a collaborative cubesat program, led by BAE Systems.

SNAP

SNAP

Satellite Navigation and Positioning Lab

Locating Interference to GPS: Protecting the World's Aircraft Landing Systems

Project

Locating Interference to GPS: Protecting the World's Aircraft Landing Systems

GRAS is an enormous initiative that will generate billions of dollars in exports for Australia. The equipment developed in this project will protect the system from radio frequency interfernce. It thus protects these exports, and creates a new exportable product. By protecting this system, it makes air travel safer both in Australia and in the countries that buy this Australian technology.