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DGPS

(Differential GPS) See GPS augmentation system.
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The DGPS visited the centre following an invitation from Leandro Daiello Coimbra, director-general of the Federal Police, Brazil.
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DGPS, which uses differential correction data for the satellites to remove position errors, gives a standard accuracy of within one to five meters at least 95 percent of the time.
Communications lines connect various remote sensors to DGPs and, ultimately, to a host computer.
Hyderabad: The race for the appointment of a full-fledged Telangana Director General of Police (DGP) has begun in earnest.
The Union home ministry had apprised all state DGPs about the infiltration and asked them to maintain vigil.