GPS

Global Positioning System
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GPS

[satellite] A GPS satellite is a satellite used by the NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS). The first satellite in the system, Navstar 1, was launched February 22, 1978. The GPS satellite constellation is operated by the 50th Space Wing of the United States Air Force. == Block I satellites == Beginning with Navstar 1 in 1978, ten "Block
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GPS

acronym: Global Positioning System
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GPS

abbreviation: Global Positioning System (satellite-based navigation)
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GPS

Global Positioning System is a system for navigation by satellite. Navigation satellites continuously send signals. The receiver calculates the position with high accuracy.
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GPS

Global Positioning System. By picking up signals from satellites, a GPS receiver can tell the user position over the ground. Used in skydiving aircraft to spot the exit
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GPS

Global Positioning System, details ...
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GPS

See Global Positioning System.
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GPS

Global Positioning Satellite/System + Global Product Specification
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GPS

Global Positioning System. A LCS (location services) system. Determines location based on comparing signals and accurate clocks from US military satellites. Compare with AOA, TOA, OTD, CI (Cell Identity), Timing Advance and see also DGPS (Differential GPS).
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Gps

Global Positioning System. Gives coordinates for any position on earth via satellite.
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GPS

Global Positioning System, used in navigation devices. Using satellite technology, GPS pinpoints the vehicle's location so the navigation system can provide directions to the driver.
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GPS

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Global Positioning System. The GPS receiver uses satellites to let you determine the exact longitude, latitude, and height above sea level anywhere on earth.
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GPS

Global Positioning System - US owned positioning satellite constellation. Gives 10-20 m accuracy as standard.
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GPS

(In topic `Mobile Internet`) GPS is an acronym for ‘Global Positioning by Satellite`; GPS provides 3G (third generation) wireless communications and precision infrastructure. (see 3G)
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GPS

Global Positioning System
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GPS

Aviation acronym: Global Positioning System
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GPS

GPS (Global Positioning System). Satellite supported Navigation System
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GPS

Global Positioning System
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GPS

Global Positioning System
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GPS

Global Positioning System
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GPS

Global Positioning System
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GPS

Global Positioning System
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GPS

Global positioning system
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GPS

(1) Gps1 and gps2 suppress ras and MAPK-mediated signalling and interfere with JNK activity suggesting that they are signal repressors. (2) gps1-4 are glycoprotein synthesis genes from Schizosaccharomyces pombe. (3) GPS1 is GST-P Silencer 1.
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