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Jim Garrison's interests lie in the utilization of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), with an emphasis on improving the robustness of GNSS navigation and developing new applications of GNSS to the field of Earth remote sensing.
At the present time, his research has three principal directions: First, the extraction of useful geophysical data from reflected GNSS signals. Second, improving the sensitivity of GNSS receivers to very weak or degraded signals. Third, the detection of ionospheric waves using large GNSS arrays.
PhD University of Colorado at Boulder, 1997
MS Stanford University, 1990
BS Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1988