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Introduction To Localization Techniques (GPS) By: Linda Mohaisen
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Outline Introduction to the GPS GPS Enhancement Mapping Issues Mobile Mapping Technology Questions references 2
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1 Introduction to the GPS History GPS Architecture Common uses for GPS How the system works Measuring GPS Distance SV and GPS Receiver Clocks Measuring GPS Accuracy 3
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What is GPS GPS (Global Position System) is a satellite-based navigation system that sends and receives radio signals and provides the user with information. Using the GPS technology, you can determine location, velocity, and time, 24 hours a day, in any weather condition. GPS, formally known as NAVSTAR (Navigation Satellite Timing and Ranging) Global Position System 4
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GPS Satellites Vehicles (SVs) First GPS satellite launched in 1978. Full constellation achieved in 1994. Approximately 2,000 pounds, 17 feet across . Transmitter power is only 50 watts or less . 5
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GPS Timeline Phase 1: 1978 First Launch of Block 1 SV. Phase 2: 1979-1985 Full Development and Tests. Phase 3: 1985-Present Production And Deployment. 6
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Precise Positioning System (PPS) Authorized users ONLY and U. S. and Allied military. Requires cryptographic equipment, specially equipped receivers. Accurate to 22 meters horizontal and 27.7 meters vertical and 200 7
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Service (SPS) Civil users worldwide use the SPS without charge or restrictions. Accurate to 100 meters
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course EEL 6788 taught by Professor Boloni,l during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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