THE USE OF THE GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM FOR TIME SPACE POSITION INFORMATION ON THE RANGES
AuthorHoefener, Carl E.
AffiliationInterstate Electronics Corporation
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AbstractThe GLobal Positioning System (GPS) is a precision navigation system ideally suited for target position determination. There are basically five GPS alternatives applicable to range applications depending upon target size and dynamics. The Department of Defense has recognized the potential advantages of GPS for range tracking applications. The Air Force is sponsoring the development of a family of GPS hardware for use on the ranges.
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