At the ION Conference in Nashville, Javad GNSS released its latest GNSS receiver, the Triumph LS. Incorporating all of the standard-setting capability of the Triumph VS, the new receiver has several new features, including 864 channels. Always a leader in the channel count, the new channels can be used to track existing and future satellites as well as monitoring for interference. More than 100 channels are assigned to monitor interferences in the background and give instant notification to users. Also, many channels can be assigned to a single satellite signal for reliability, redundancy and averaging for better results. In a presentation at ION, Javad Ashjaee said the new chip uses 40 nano technology and, according to the chip manufacturer, is the largest chip they've ever made.