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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In 1982, the former USSR matched America's NAVSTARs with a new
(1) Deputy Secretary of Defense, memorandum, "NAVSTAR Global Positioning System," December 22, 1973.
"If the GPS receiver gives the user a false reading for his location, the target location coordinates based on this false position will also be wrong by the same amount and could result in collateral damage," according to a 2005 video published by the NAVSTAR joint program office.
The Voice Navigator, NavStar's first commercially available product, is a connected navigation product that interfaces with a wireless phone to create a hands-eyes-free turn-by-turn navigation system through a voice recognition and response system.
"A man who identified himself as Mustafa said at least 20 fishing vessels would load the fuel onto the Navstar 1.
It consists of a minimum operational capability of 24 NAVSTAR satellites, in 12-hour orbits, 10,600 miles above the earth.
The 24-channel PSN-2001 receiver can cooperate with Glonass or Navstar satellites and has an automatic switch from one system to another The bomb can be dropped from altitudes between 500 m and 10,000 m at speeds of 550-1,100 kmph.
The NAVSTAR satellites of the Global Positioning System can provide your location to an accuracy of 3 meters (10 feet) or better.
This problem does not occur when the NAVSTAR pulse is used to control synchronization and time at which potentials are recorded.
This satellite 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, CA.
La Busqueda Geoespacial permite realizar busquedas locales en espacios aproximados de interes dado los puntos o centros de referencia, ademas ofrece ventajas para realizar aplicaciones, hay muchas expectativas futuras, como los sistemas de localizacion geografica (GPS o Sistema de Posicionamiento Global, denominado originalmente NAVSTAR, que es un sistema de navegacion por satelite) (GNSS) (6).
VX-30 was responsible for the release of operational flight programs incorporating and integrating Navstar global positioning system navigation, APG-71 radar high-resolution mapping and the GBU-24 weapons system.