A-GPS


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A-GPS

(Assisted-GPS) A GPS system that uses cell towers in cities with tall buildings to augment the satellite signals. See mobile positioning and GPS.
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In conjunction with content delivery servers and Internet gateways, the NEC A-GPS over IP Solution enables diverse location based services.
in Japan is the first user of NEC's premium A-GPS solution, which complies with an early version of SUPL, and employs it as the core system of their newly launched GPS navigation service, "Vodafone live
As industry leaders in LTE testing and major contributors to the CTIA LTE A-GPS standard, we are thrilled to extend our collaborative partnership with ETS-Lindgren," said Spirent vice president Hesham ElHamahmy.
The deal is expected to enable mobile phone operators to offer advanced Location Based Services (LBSs) on A-GPS SIMs to customers with handsets that do not integrate GPS capabilities.
One of the biggest surprises was how dramatically the introduction of a phone case, which is clearly an accessory chosen by a high proportion of users, can impact the A-GPS performance of a smartphone.
0 megapixel rear camera, 1 GHz processor, A-GPS, 512MB of ROM, 256 MB RAM plus a 1450 mAh battery.
2Mbps HSDPA, Wi-Fi b/g/n with DLNA/direct/hotspot functionality, GPS with A-GPS support, Bluetooth 3.
TeleCommunication Systems Inc (TCS) (Nasdaq:TSYS), a provider of wireless communications technology, announced on Monday (27 April) its location-based infrastructure and Xypoint software are used by Tata Teleservices Limited, a service provider in India, for its QUICKFINDER A-GPS (Assisted Global Positioning System) service.
However, we still asked them to prove that the 8100 system could allow us to offer our customers the most accurate OTA A-GPS testing available, and they delivered.
They also cover the use of television signals to provide fine timing assistance for A-GPS.
LTE A-GPS OTA testing is an upgrade option for Spirent s market-leading test solution for A-GPS, and it builds on prior collaboration between ETS-Lindgren and Spirent for GSM, CDMA, and WCDMA A-GPS OTA testing.
Wireless operator EMT, the Estonian subsidiary of TeliaSonera, said tests of BlueSky Positioning's A-GPS technology were successful.