The Radionavigation Laboratory

RadioNavigation Laboratory is strongly complementary with respect to the Time and Frequency one, being it devoted at hosting the GNSS receivers aimed at remotely comparing atomic clocks and time scales, through geodetic devices and algorithms. This Laboratory is currently equipped with a permanent IGS/EUREF station connected to UTC(IT) and a GESS (Galileo Experimental Sensor Station) connected to a free running active hydrogen maser employed in the GSTB-V2, Giove Mission and TVF projects for the development of Galileo. Other seven multi GNSS (GPS+GLONASS+GALILEO+BEIDOU) geodetic receivers for timing applications, connected to atomic clocks/time scales hosted and generated at TFL, are operated with the aim of supporting a wide range of internal cooperations among NMI (National Metrological Institute) and Geodetic Institutions for the development of new geodetic systems/methods for the remote comparison of atomic clocks and time scales.

The INRIM Radionavigation Laboratory
The INRIM Radionavigation Laboratory