positioning satellite

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  • It flew a fully guided test flight using global positioning satellite and digital scene matching area correlator navigation.
  • The development of Global Positioning Satellite or GPS will eventually phase out TACAN system.
  • Some 21st-century GPS receivers use cell tower location and one global positioning satellite to obtain a faster lock on location.
  • Global positioning satellites were first developed in the US starting around 1972, and became fully operational by 1994.
  • A workshop exercise implementing value-driven design for a global positioning satellite was conducted in 2006, and may serve as an example of the process.
  • During filming, the actors were given clues as to their next location through messages given in milk crates found with Global Positioning Satellite systems.
  • The caesium atomic clocks maintained at NPL are linked to other such instituted all over the world through a set of global positioning satellites.
  • Rather than the use of lasers, the tractor uses two 6-inch dome antennas that receive signals from a global positioning satellite.
  • In 1973, the US military began to plan for a comprehensive worldwide navigational system which eventually became known as the GPS (global positioning satellite) system.
  • These aircraft are equipped with in-flight refueling equipment, terrain-following, terrain-avoidance radar, an inertial and global positioning satellite navigation system, and a high-speed aerial delivery system.
  • They will also install the Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) antenna on the roof of the substation per manufacturer instructions.
  • As surveys and property deeds are updated, these line trees might remain but are often eliminated from written descriptions, to be replaced with modern metal and stone markers, or even longitudinal and latitudinal positions as determined by global positioning satellite systems.
  • Fifi Transport Limited, another group subsidiary owns a fleet of Mercedes Benz trucks fitted with state-of-the-art global positioning satellite technology, making this fleet one of the few to be so technologically equipped in this part of the world.
  • Ambulance rescue vehicles are equipped with a vast array of equipment including motorised hydraulic tools, air tools, hand held global positioning satellite units, fibre optic search scopes, portable atmospheric testing units, inflatable boat, lighting and breathing apparatus.
  • Military organizations still issue pilots and other combat personnel individual survival radios, which have become increasingly sophisticated, with built-in Distance Measuring Equipment (DME), Global Positioning Satellite receivers, and satellite communication.
  • Ambulance rescue vehicles are equipped with a vast array of equipment including motorised hydraulic tools, air tools, hand held global positioning satellite units, fibre optic search scopes, portable atmospheric testing units, an inflatable boat, lighting and breathing apparatus.
  • The current line is one of many that have existed, however the Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) system uses a prime meridian that is about 100 metres east of the Greenwich Meridian at Stanstead Abbotts.
  • Global positioning satellites (GPS) technology and advanced computer modeling provide riders via the Internet, handheld devices (including Palms, Blackberries, and Web-capable cellular phones), or their telephones to receive accurate, real-time arrival and departure information.
  • The second-generation Lexus Link system utilizes a dedicated cellular phone (dual-mode CDMA/analog), Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) technology and 24-hour live-operator support.
  • Global positioning satellites (GPS) technology and advanced computer modelling provide riders via the Internet, handheld devices (including Palms, Blackberries, and Web-capable cellular phones), or their telephones to receive accurate, real-time arrival and departure information.