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    GPS Software - (89 companies)
    GPS software is used to program, manage, and monitor GPS receivers, radio-navigational devices that provide positional information for objects on Earth based on data transmitted by orbiting satellites. GPS, an acronym for global positioning system...
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    GPS Chips and Modules - (60 companies)
    GPS chips and modules compare signals from several geo-positioning satellites to determine position on the Earth's surface. GPS is an initialism for global positioning system. GPS chips and modules provide users with instantaneous location and time...
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    GPS Instruments and Devices - (345 companies)
    Global positioning system (GPS) instruments and GPS devices are radio-navigational devices that provide accurate position information about objects on Earth, based on information from orbiting satellites. Equipped with rubidium atomic clocks, 24 GPS...
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    Time and Frequency Standards - (33 companies)
    ...in networks & telecommunications, observatories, utilities and navigation (GPS). Atomic clocks use the atomic resonant frequency of a gas or lasing medium as basis of it's timekeeping mechanism. Atomic are not radioactive. The signal used is derived from the electromagnetic...
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    Altimeters - (18 companies)
    Altimeters are instruments that determine altitude above ground or sea level by interpreting measurements of atmospheric pressure, radar, or GPS signals. Altimeters measure altitude above a reference point, which makes it an essential navigational...
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    Mobile and Wireless Software - (167 companies)
    Mobile and wireless software is used to program and manage mobile and wireless devices such as cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDA), and global positioning systems (GPS). System administrations and information technology (IT) personnel use...
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    Inertial Navigation Systems - (81 companies)
    ...disadvantages include increasing navigation errors over time and heat dissipation. Size, weight, and power requirements are still higher than those for GPS receivers but are shrinking with time and technological improvement. Performance...
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    Solar Trackers - (13 companies)
    Solar trackers are devices that determine the position of the sun relative to its own position on Earth's surface, and it adjusts integrated equipment for optimal sunlight reception. It's most common usage is in conjunction with PV collection panels.
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    Chip Antennas - (58 companies)
    Chip antennas commonly radiate in the following bands depending upon the application. WiFi: 2.4 GHz. Bluetooth: 2.4 --2.48 MHz. WiMAX: 2.5 GHz --3.5 GHz, as well as 5.8 GHz. UWB: 3.1 GHz --10.6 GHz. GSM: 380 --1900 MHz. CDMA: 1850 --1995 MHz. GPS...
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    Mapping and Surveying Services - (1127 companies)
    ...and surveying services are staffed by professional engineers and licensed land surveyors who use tools and equipment such as global positioning (GPS) base stations and portable GPS radio high-frequency (HF) receivers. Mapping and surveying services also...
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GPS Quick Course. Explaining how satellite position location technology and the GPS system has evolved, this book shows you the functional parts of GPS systems and how they work together to provide position measurements that are accurate to within centimeters....

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Introduction to GPS: The Global Positioning System. Without bogging you down with advanced mathematics, this one-of-a-kind resource examines all aspects of the GPS, emphasizes GPS applications, examines the GPS signal structure, and covers the key types of measurement being utilized in the field...

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The first leap second since late 2008 will be added to the official time scale on June 30, 2012. All Spectracom's 5 Series GSG simulators offer the easiest and most reliable leap second simulation for GPS receiver testing. This application note describes how the leap second data is transmitted...

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Understanding GPS: Principles and Applications, Second Edition. Providing readers with a complete systems engineering treatment of GPS, this single-source reference provides a quick overview of GPS essentials, an in-depth examination of advanced technical topics, and a review of emerging trends...

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In order to ensure interference-free operation, the impact on GPS reception due to nearby transmitters (TXs) should be considered during system design and integration....

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Introduction to GPS: The Global Positioning System, Second Edition. Offering an up-to-date, easy-to-understand treatment of this tremendously important technology, this one-of-a-kind resource provides the knowledge you need for your work, without bogging you down with advanced mathematics....

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The OFW - 5800/GPS is a "Next Generation" Global Positioning System (GPS) Fiber Optic Antenna Link (FOAL) subsystem that is a designed to operate in the Naval shipboard environment. The OFW - 5800/GPS FOAL subsystem consists of four independent RF to Fiber antenna headend units, that can...

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The design of active GPS antennas involves essentially three components: a patch element, filter, and low noise amplifier (LNA). Each of these components forms an important part of the overall antenna assembly and is critical to performance. Microstrip patch technology is often used to create...

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A single antenna can be used for GPS and Bluetooth applications if a matching network is properly designed. Once the desired matching network topology is determined using a circuit simulator, full wave simulations are needed to determine the final LC values. This application note demonstrates how...

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Applied Satellite Navigation Using GPS, GALILEO, and Augmentation Systems. Examining the advanced architectures paving the way for integration of satellite navigation systems with wireless communications systems, this guide describes segments, signal characteristics, performance, and securities...

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