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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26) Comptroller General of the United States, NAVSTAR Should Improve the Effectiveness of Military Missions--Cost Has Increased (Washington, DC: U.
NavStar is a former NAVTEQ Global LBS Challenge 2005 Semi-Finalist.
It costs from pounds 9 a week plus VAT, to include the Navstar unit, software and line rental, and takes an hour to fit.
Now, with Navstar, it is possible to locate any vehicle on a map on almost any computer, subject to Internet connectivity.
One advantage of the WAAS is that the signal is compatible with the NAVSTAR GPS signal structure.
Civilian use of NAVSTAR GPS has grown significantly in the decade since it became operational.
has developed the SCS 2400 NAVSTAR GPS Satellite Constellation Simulator test system for evaluating GPS-based systems.
ProVision's GPS technology tracks both NAVSTAR IV GPS and the Russian GLONASS satellites to determine equipment locations to the highest accuracy available, at virtually any location in the mine.
An augmented GPS positioning solution that uses both the US NAVSTAR IV GPS satellites and the Russian GLONASS satellites determines dozer locations to centimetre accuracy at virtually any location in the mine.
Trimble was granted NAVSTAR Joint Program Office SAASM Security Approval on May 1, 2000.
Mayflower uses a computer program called NavStar to support its business.