Your defense advanced GPS receiver
(DAGR) is a smart piece of equipment.
Since the defense advanced GPS receiver
(DAGR) is pretty new to the field, you might think there is only one edition of the pubs.
This update will focus on the status of several SATCOM programs important to the modular force, to include AN/TSC-154 Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical Terminal, Global Broadcast Service, AN/TSC-156 Phoenix, AN/TSC- 85/93DGMF terminals, AN/PSC-5C Shadowfire, Defense Advanced GPS Receiver
, and AN/PRQ-7 Combat Survivor Evader Locator.
The Defense Advanced GPS Receiver
(DAGR), both the AN/PSN- 13 and AN/PSN-13A, are under warranty from the manufacturer, Rockwell Collins.
If you've got the AN/PSN-13 defense advanced GPS receiver
(DAGR), make sure it's programmed with the right software for safety.
However, starting next year, the PLGR will be replaced by the Defense Advanced GPS Receiver
More than 165,000 precision lightweight GPS receivers (PLGR) have been procured worldwide and over 478,000 defense advanced GPS receivers
(DAGR) have been ordered (the PLGR and DAGR are the most common military receivers in the DOD).
Rockwell Collins, a leader in military Global Positioning System (GPS) solutions, has been selected by the GPS Joint Program Office for full-rate production and delivery of Defense Advanced GPS Receivers
(DAGR) over the next eight years, commencing in November 2004.
This program is expected to provide the technology for retrofitting over 75,000 legacy PLGR and potentially over 100,000 new handheld Defense Advanced GPS Receivers
. The initial research contract is valued at $236,000.
The AN/PSN-13 and -13A defense advanced GPS receivers
(DAGR) are ruggedized--but they're not unbreakable.