NAVSTAR


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NAVSTAR

[′nav‚stär]
(navigation)
A global system of up to 24 navigation satellites developed to provide instantaneous and highly accurate worldwide three-dimensional location by air, sea, and land vehicles equipped with suitable receivers. Derived from navigation system using time and ranging.
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Douglas Pritt, NavStar Technologies president and CEO.
NavStar and Audex will dedicate engineering resources to deliver Voice Navigator[TM], the first navigation product with voice input and that is totally hands-free.
NavStar Technologies and the Company's products are strategically positioned to exploit this growing demand at an attractive price point for the average consumer.
net, commented, "We are very pleased to have NavStar as a featured company.
Wesley Ballenger, commander of the NAVSTAR GPS Joint Program Office at the Space and Missile Systems Center in Los Angeles.
NEW YORK, March 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Navstar Media Holdings, Inc.
He has a strong background in Military and Space applications, going back to the late 1970s and his involvement in the initial phases of the GPS NAVSTAR program.
With this launch, we're truly launching a new era of GPS services for our military and civil users around the globe," according to Col Allan Ballenger, System Program Director for the Navstar GPS program at Los Angeles Air Force Base.
GB-GRAM is a NAVSTAR GPS JPO/Product Manager GPS initiative to migrate towards an open system architecture for ground-based embedded military applications and will be used in communications and weapons platforms across the military over the next 10 years.
The launch successfully placed the first modernized NAVSTAR Block IIR military navigation satellite into orbit for the U.
We invented the Rubidium oscillator in 1971 and we provided the first miniature atomic oscillator for the NAVSTAR GPS satellite program.
The satellite, designated GPS IIR-14 (M), is the first in a series of eight GPS IIR satellites that Lockheed Martin is modernizing for its customer at the Navstar GPS Joint Program Office, Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, Calif.