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Arva Link GPS

The Arva Link GPS is a three-antenna avalanche transceiver. This beacon has a standard transmitting range when compared to other beacons and features a free-floating directional arrow used when in search...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Jun 5, 2015

Is it Safe to use a GPS Receiver on a Aircraft ?

by Joe Mehaffey A definitive look at the question including the Government Rules and Regulations on the Subject This is a question that generates a lot of comment and confusion on the newsgroup, but few people have the necessary experience to give an...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Mar 14, 2015

How Your GPS Works

By Dale DePriest The gps system consists of three pieces. There are the satellites that transmit the position information, there are the ground stations that are used to control the satellites and update the information, and finally there is the rece...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Mar 12, 2015

A-GPS, Asisted GPS

Smartphones, iPhones, and iPad devices with GPS capabilities, many people are asking about Assisted GPS, also known as A-GPS. Is it as good as GPS? Since it is “assisted” is it better than GPS? The “assisted” part of A-GPS means that instead...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Feb 4, 2015

What is the best GPS for my application?

What is the best GPS for my application? I want to use it for hunting, fishing, boating, hiking and in my Car. What model do you suggest? Current GPS receivers are a COMPROMISE between competing objectives. Some are optimized for Aviation, others for...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Feb 3, 2015

GPS Receivers Work, How ?

How GPS Receivers Work ? Our ancestors had to go to pretty extreme measures to keep from getting lost. They erected monumental landmarks, laboriously drafted detailed maps and learned to read the stars in the night sky. Things are much, much easier t...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Jan 29, 2015

GPS Receivers Work, How ?

How GPS Receivers Work ? Our ancestors had to go to pretty extreme measures to keep from getting lost. They erected monumental landmarks, laboriously drafted detailed maps and learned to read the stars in the night sky. Things are much, much easier t...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Jan 29, 2015

Kids Hunt for Their Geography Teacher with GPS

A "Where's Waldo" style of activity had kids hunt for their geography teacher with GPS, and involved their parents in the fun outside the classroom […]...
by How To Learn on Oct 16, 2014

GPS, position, footsteps…

  Quantum positioning system will soon step in when GPS fails. IN 2016 a British submarine will slip its moorings …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jun 27, 2014

A-GPS

What is A-GPS ? by uJaNk A-GPS is Assisted GPS, is used to speed up start-up times of GPS-based positioning systems. GPS may have problems getting a lock when the signal is weak and in such a case A-GPS would assist in getting a lock. It addresses si...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Aug 25, 2013

A-GPS

What is A-GPS ? by uJaNk A-GPS is Assisted GPS, is used to speed up start-up times of GPS-based positioning systems. GPS may have problems getting a lock when the signal is weak and in such a case A-GPS would assist in getting a lock. It addresses si...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Aug 25, 2013

How GPS Work

How The GPS Can Work by Marshall Brain and Tom Harris Our ancestors had to go to pretty extreme measures to keep from getting lost. They erected monumental landmarks, laboriously drafted detailed maps and learned to read the stars in the night sky. T...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Aug 24, 2013

How GPS Work

How The GPS Can Work by Marshall Brain and Tom Harris Our ancestors had to go to pretty extreme measures to keep from getting lost. They erected monumental landmarks, laboriously drafted detailed maps and learned to read the stars in the night sky. T...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Aug 24, 2013

GPS Bee

GPS Bee by Official rhydoLABZ In this time i want to explain you about GPS and embeded system. In embedded mikrokontroler system. they have module for GPS, for example in arduino, arduino have shields such as, arduino ethernet shield, arduino GPS shi...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Jun 7, 2013

GPS Bee

GPS Bee by Official rhydoLABZ In this time i want to explain you about GPS and embeded system. In embedded mikrokontroler system. they have module for GPS, for example in arduino, arduino have shields such as, arduino ethernet shield, arduino GPS shi...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Jun 7, 2013

Create a DIY Drive In with the Mercedes-Benz GLA Concept Car

Have you ever found yourself sitting in your car, desperately needing to project your favourite TV series onto a wall in front of you while in park mode? No? Well either way, recently Mercedes-Benz has revealed a concept car that at least gives you t...
by Designer Base on Apr 22, 2013

Rolls-Royce Wraith Selects Gears Using GPS

The 2014 Rolls-Royce Wraith coupe is using GPS to make a smooth ride even smoother. Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the Wraith is the fastest, most powerful car Rolls-Royce has ever made at $320,000 ($245,000 euros). The Wraith’s eight-spee...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Mar 9, 2013

EU Boosts GPS Accuracy With Web-Based Service

By Stephanie Mlot European Commission vice president Antonio Tajani this week unveiled a new service intended to make satellite data more reliable. The European Data Access Service (EDAS) will make data from the European Geostationary Navigation Over...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Nov 22, 2012

75 Percent of Drivers Find Car Tech a Dangerous Distraction

Now isn’t this a twist? As technology is constantly evolving and at a time where we are right on the brink of having self-driving vehicles on the road, a recent survey has revealed that some of the “assistance” that our car’s...
by Cars 10 on Oct 1, 2012

Garmin Lifetime Maps

The LM, LT and LMT is Garmin Lifetime Maps/Traffic by uJaNk Garmin Lifetime Maps – Garmin is one of the best GPS manufature. They have many model of the product, one of them is nuvi model. In this post I wanna to explain about LT,LM and LMT in...
by GPS Navigation Systems on Apr 19, 2012


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