GPS

GPS Uses and Modernization

                                                       

GPS or global positioning system, was developed by the United States Air Force and provided free to everyone as the words public utility. today GPS is a critical part of the planet’s infrastructure and the backbone of civil, economic and defense activity everywhere. GPS is the gold standard in global position navigation and timing systems. […]

When and Why GPS Made Free To Use ?

                                                       

Nearly every bit of data we use in our modern devices has a price tag associated with it, but there is one vital piece of technology that many of our devices depend on, that is free. It allows our phones to give us turn-by-turn directions, no matter where we are in the world, and it […]

GPS

Global Positioning System (GPS)

                                                       

GPS is a space-based radio navigation system owned by the United States government and operated by the United States Air Force. The United States military first used GPS as a navigation tool in the 1970’s, in the 1980’s the US government made GPS available to the general public free of charge. GPS system provides geolocation […]

Navigation Systems For Aircraft – Global Positioning System (GPS)

                                                       

In aircraft, there are many navigation systems, that pilots can use to find there directions and heights. first of these systems is Non Directional Radio Beacon (NDB) and second system is Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Range (VOR) . the last on is GPS. The global positioning system or GPS is the United States version of a […]

Which Way Does GPS Work?

                                                       

At over 20,000 kilometres above sea level (20,180 kilometres (12,540 miles)) is a constellation of satellites, each orbiting Earth every 11 hours and 58 minutes. These satellites are continuously beaming data down to us on earth, which in turn is received by devices such as your phone or navigational units in your cars, allowing you […]

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