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Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) Quiz

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1. What is the primary function of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)?

2. Which of the following is not a type of GNSS?

3. What does 'triangulation' mean in the context of GNSS?

4. How many satellites does the GNSS receiver need to receive signals from to calculate a 3D position (longitude, latitude, and altitude)?

5. GNSS is susceptible to which types of errors?

6. Which technology does GNSS often work in conjunction with to improve positioning accuracy?

7. What is the advantage of GNSS over traditional land-based navigation systems?

8. Why are atomic clocks used in GNSS satellites?

9. Which part of the electromagnetic spectrum do GNSS signals fall under?

10. Which organization maintains the Global Positioning System (GPS), a type of GNSS?