China clears out US GPS with new partnerships with Russia to use BEIDOU and GLONASS

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It is now clear, the US GPS has crumbled as China’s BeiDou Navigation Satellite System is gaining ground by the day, with its proponents claiming that it has surpassed the American GPS in terms of accuracy and reliability. But is it really better than the GPS, which has been the global standard for satellite navigation for decades?

EU has Galileo, China has Beidou, India IRNSS, and Russia has GLONASS. Russia and China have signed contracts on mutual deployment of navigation stations

Russia’s GLONASS stations will be located in Changchun, Urumqi and Shanghai, and China’s Beidou system stations in Obninsk, Irkutsk and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.

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Used simultaneously, the Russian and Chinese systems – GLONASS and Beidou – will increase the accuracy and reliability of navigation. Therefore, we are sincerely interested in wider cooperation in using the GLONASS and Beidou systems, as well as navigation technologies based on them.

President Xi Jinping said during a video conference with President Putin, that China and Russia should ramp up cooperation in the trade-economic and energy sphere. Both leaders expressed their satisfaction with the rapid development of relations between the two nations.

Moscow and Beijing share the same vision of the global transformations now underway”- President Putin. When highlighting the West’s unprecedented provocations, Putin emphasized that Russia and China are defending their positions of principle & national interests.

“China is ready to gradually resume the normal [cross-border] traffic with all countries, including Russia,” Xi Jinping said.

The Russian president would hold several more working meetings with President Xi, which will be of a non-public nature.

Russia & China’s space agencies recently inked a cooperation deal on mutually supplementing the Glonass & BeiDou global satellite navigation systems. Two lunar missions are planned in 2026-2030.

At the Russia-Africa forum, a drone countermeasures system “Serp”(Sickle) was presented, which is capable of simultaneously fight a whole swarm of drones within a radius of 5 kilometres. Using the Chinese Beidou Satellite system.

The system is designed to combat small drones and works without human intervention, protecting both stationary and mobile objects. The developers claim that with the use of several of these systems, it is possible to establish a reliable defence of an extended infrastructure.

The system can disrupt the channel used to control the drone, disable its navigation equipment, disrupt the UAV’s orientation in space, and prevent the operator from completing the mission. “Serp-VS neutralises GPS, GLONASS, Beidou signals (in L1, L2, L5 bands) and disrupts drone control via Wi-Fi.

The Roselektronika holding company said that there is already a demand for the “Serp” abroad, and contracts may be signed in the near future.

The first China-Africa BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) Cooperation Forum was organised by the China Satellite Navigation Office, China National Space Administration, Secretariat of the Chinese Follow-up Committee of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, Ministry of Digital Economy and Telecommunications of Senegal, and Education, Science, Technology and Innovation Department of the African Union Commission.
Government representatives, industry leaders, and researchers from China, experts and scholars from various African national administrations and the African Union attended the event, which was held on November 5 2021, and shared their thoughts at the Forum. One of the resolutions of the event was a joint agreement to take advantage of the Beidou system to enhance Africa’s social, economic, and environmental developments. Furthermore, representatives from nearly 50 African nations, including eight government ministers and eight ambassadors to China, participated in the event.