Single chip ASIC performs the world’s first live location fixes using only L5-band signals

Sunnyvale, California, 4 August 2023 –
oneNav, developer of the only commercial GNSS receiver to use signals solely in the L5 band, announced a customer chip is successfully producing location information in continuous tracking mode with live L5-band signals from GPS, Galileo, and BeiDou. oneNav further proudly announced that the USPTO has granted the company U.S. Patent 11,686,855, “Modernized Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Receivers and Commercially Viable Consumer Grade GNSS Receiver.”

Steve Poizner, oneNav’s co-Founder and CEO noted, “when we began oneNav four years ago, no one thought direct acquisition of L5-band signals even was possible. Now we’re demonstrating it on a customer’s chip! The grant of our first patent confirms the uniqueness of our intellectual property and further supports our hypothesis that single-frequency L5 is the next generation of GNSS receivers.


About oneNav

oneNav is enabling AI-powered next generation GNSS silicon. Based in California, oneNav is developing L5-direct™ GNSS receiver technology for smartphones, wearables, drones, tracking devices, and more and has built a large L5-band patent portfolio. oneNav’s team comprises top GNSS experts from Qualcomm, Apple, Intel, SnapTrack, SiRF, Trimble and eRide. With extensive experience in GNSS system architecture, multipath mitigation, signal processing, ASIC design and AI/machine learning, oneNav engineers have designed and built billions of GNSS receivers on the market today and have collectively filed over 300 career GNSS patents. World-class VC investors include Google Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, and IQT.

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