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A-GPSAssisted Global Positioning System (used in mobile communications as a positioning system)
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Tokyo, Japan, Oct 31, 2005 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation (NASDAQ: NIPNY)(FTSE: NEC.IL)today announced that it will start delivery of its recently launched new Assisted Global Positioning System (A-GPS) solution that boasts global roaming capability.
The A920 is one of the most sophisticated mobile devices yet brought to market, combining the Symbian OS, high-speed 3G access and assisted global positioning system in one package.
and pioneer of Assisted GPSTM location systems, and Motorola (China) Electronics Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Motorola Inc., a supplier of wireless communications products, announced an agreement to provide CDMA carrier China Unicom with SnapTrack's high performance SnapSmart[TM] assisted global positioning system (A-GPS) location server platforms.
The location methods used by Nokia mPosition allow operators early access to specific markets with a cell ID-based solution, and provide an investment-secured evolutionary path to E-OTD (enhanced-observed time difference) and A-GPS (assisted global positioning system) covering GSM/GPRS, 3G (WCDMA/EDGE) and All-IP radio-access networks.
Mobile technology company, Siemens, has announced that it has developed a new Assisted Global Positioning System (A-GPS), which is now being tested by mobile operator T-Mobile Czech Republic.
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