Galileo smartphones and receivers


#1

Today the Galileo launch went well, so you might consider this when buying something.
The first smartphone is ready :


#2

Great. I am looking forward to see if it will improove GNSS accuracy.


#3

So when will be operative the system?


#4

It is not decided. They hope for Christmas or Epiphany.


#5

Great news! Thank you


#6

But fully in 2020. ++++++++++++++++++++++


#7

Okay, well. Thanks +++


#8

I add this information about smartphones Galileo ready:

http://www.gsmarena.com/results.php3?sFreeText=galileo

Galaxy Note7 isn’t a a choice.


#9

When the FOC ?
The next four satellites, launched together on 17 November, are beginning the same in-orbit testing activity, with the aim of joining the network next spring.
http://m.esa.int/Our_Activities/Navigation/Galileo/Launching_Galileo/New_Galileos_join_Europe_s_satnav_constellation


#10

A very incomplete press release =
http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-16-4366_en.htm

So today is the day. I cannot imagine that the 18 satellites are ready. Start with 14 ?


#11

I must confess that I was not very happy to have heard it on the national television broadcast, just like anyone else. But luckily they gave a silly outdated comment by an “expert”. They said that Apple even had a chip that could listen to GPS and Glonass.


#12

Well, on the national broadcast website it was the second most red item after something about the british royals.


#13

Have the galileo start operating on any smartphones or somthing else?!! i’m trying to learn now as i am sitting home taking ansomone and doing nothing… thanks for making it possible.


#15

An app that lets your smartphone work directly with Galileo and check performance from raw satellite signal measurements is now available for download from the

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.galfins.gnss_compare&rdid=com.galfins.gnss_compare&pli=1