World’s first pureL5-band ASIC on display at ION GNSS+2023

Sunnyvale, California, 8 September 2023
– oneNav is heading to Denver on September 11-15 to showcase its pioneering technology at ION GNSS+2023 Conference. The event, organized by the Institute of Navigation, a not-for-profit organization advancing Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT), is the world’s largest international technical meeting and showcase of GNSS and GNSS related technology, products and services.

The pureL5 IP core, an invention that eliminates the L1 RF chain from the power-hungry L1+L5, harnesses all the advantages of using a single frequency band with the modern L5 signal while leaving behind impeding hassles of hybrid solutions. oneNav’s pureL5 technology, whose unique design was recognized with a patent grant, is the first in the world capable of directly acquiring signals in the L5 band. Additionally, the accuracy of pureL5 position solution is enhanced by the power of ML, which streamlines the flow of signals transmitted through the uninterrupted superhighway of protected L5 radio frequency. Now proven in silicon, the ultra-small, low-power, and low-cost IP core is the most powerful GNSS tool you can find on the market.

oneNav will exhibit at Booth #515, where the team will talk about the company’s breakthrough pureL5 GNSS technology and the far-reaching impact of its implementation on consumer products and manufacturers’ ROIs. A visual representation of field test results will be a part of the exhibit and the Company’s first customer ASIC will be on display.


About oneNav

oneNav is powering high performance positioning for location dependent mobile services. Based in Silicon Valley, California, oneNav is developing the next generation pureL5 GNSS receiver for smartphones, wearables and tracking devices. oneNav’s team comprises top GNSS experts from Qualcomm, Apple, Intel, SnapTrack, SiRF, Trimble and eRide, with decades of GNSS and mobile industry experience. oneNav’s team of 45 people has extensive experience in GNSS system architecture, multipath mitigation, signal processing, ASIC design and AI/machine learning, and has collectively filed over 300 career GNSS patents. Investors include Google Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners and GSR Ventures. To learn more, please visit

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