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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
HE200GPS183 PLC Radwell Horner Electric Not Provided GPS RECEIVER PROVIDING SATELLITE BASED POSITION, V
SPOT-2-O-CA ASAP Semiconductor GLOBAL MARKETING PARTNER Not Provided SPOT SATELLITE GPS MESSENGER EMERGENCY & NON EMERGENCY MESSAGING

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    Global positioning systems (GPS) use a satellite-based, global navigation system that consists of a constellation of 24 satellites in orbit 11,000 mi above the Earth, and a ground-based control segment. The GPS satellites transmit signals that are used for extremely accurate, three-dimensional
  • Digital Compass Reference Design with the SiRFstar2t GPS Chipset
    inputs from the 3-axis. GPS satellite reception is intermittent. Vehicle. MEMS accelerometers, the tilt-compensated (flattened). telematics systems use pointing with the vehicle. X’ and Y’ values can be converted into a heading. Both. direction, plus location information to harvest provider
  • GPS Quick Course
    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. Books24x7
  • A Satellite in Hot Water
    findings saved approximately $250,000 and hundreds of man hours, eliminating the need to dig up a 30-foot berm and the entire pipeline area. This quick repair resulted in the continued environmental control of a $300 million GPS satellite and no launch schedule delay, which would have been extremely
  • GPS Time & Frequency Systems
    , multi-function microprocessors and. programmable logic, and perhaps most importantly, the constellation of satellites in the Global Positioning. System (GPS). GPS offers "high stability time and frequency sources in the sky " that we can use to control. and synchronize multiple time and frequency
  • Applied Satellite Navigation Using GPS, GALILEO, and Augmentation Systems
    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
  • M571: Selection of Antenna and Cable for Optimum Automotive GPS Performance
    As the Global Positioning Satellite system (GPS) becomes more of a "household" word, and as the GPS industry matures from a few specialist systems into a ubiquitous utility, new applications are being tested and accepted by the consumer market as well as by commercial and industrial areas
  • The Beginner's Guide to Different Satellite Navigation Systems
    Beginner's guide to satellite navigation systems including what systems exist today (GPS, GLONASS, Compass, Galileo, QZSS, BeiDou and IRNSS).

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