NAVSOP


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NAVSOP

(NAVigation via Signals of OPportunity) A navigation system that uses multiple sources of radio signals for triangulation of the user's location. It can use GPS signals; however, if not available, Wi-Fi hotspots along with cellular, TV, FM radio and air traffic control signals may also be used. See GPS.
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