NAVSTAR


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AcronymDefinition
NAVSTARNavigation Satellite Timing & Ranging (see GPS)
NAVSTARNavigation Signal Timing and Ranging
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In our case, we focused on further processing only on GPS NAVSTAR satellites.
[27] North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) System Characteristics, NATO Standardization Agreement (STANAG) 4294, 1993.
Parkinson, "Introduction and heritage of NAVSTAR, the Global Positioning System," in Global Positioning System, B.
original NAVSTAR satellites that comprise the current United States GPS
SATNAVS (1978): The first satellite in the modern Navstar Global Positioning System is launched.
in New Jersey, including those for Pershing missiles and early Navstar GPS satellites.
NavStar Technologies, Inc., a company focused on producing and commercializing products and services for tracking/monitoring and reporting on the location and condition of high value cargo and other assets, today announced that field trials are near completion for their updated vehicle asset tracker.
The European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service is now operational and will augment the US military's Navstar GPS civil service until the European Union's Galileo satellite navigation system is operating.
(91) This speed depends on an intricate web of data-relay satellites, such as the Milstar, TDRSS, and NAVSTAR systems, the equivalents of which China does not yet possess.
The new contract is valued at $11 million with a base year and two option years and includes Jive Software, NavStar, and SAIC as teammates.
The US NAVSTAR GPS consists of a constellation of 24 satellites orbiting the Earth, broadcasting data that allows a GPS receiver to calculate its spatial position (Erdas imagine, 2001).