Multi-GNSS Monitoring Network
Multi-GNSS Monitoring Network (MGM-Net) is the Multi-GNSS Monitoring Network that Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is deploying globally for:
- To improve the accuracy of precise orbit determination (POD) for QZSS, and hence improving accuracy of PPP Precise Point Positioning (PPP) applications.
- To include multiple GNSS POD beside GPS and QZSS
- To broadcast error correction and integrity information from QZSS to support the multi-GNSS demonstration campaign.
GNSS Research Centre at Curtin University is a contributing site of JAXA MGM-Net. Curtin University currently hosts 9 continuously operating receivers which track multi-frequency GNSS signals from multi-GNSS. A diagram of this setup is available here.
Curtin University supplies real-time multi-GNSS data to JAXA MGM-Net data centres continuously.