Interoperability with Other Navigation Systems

  • Tom Logsdon
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Abstract

Standing alone, the Navstar GPS provides extremely versatile and accurate position-fixing, but, if it can be combined with various other navigation systems, its versatility and accuracy can be further increased. In particular, a successful marriage between the former Soviet Union’s Glonass constellation and the American GPS could yield extremely beneficial results.

Keywords

Navigation System Slant Range Orbital Ring Surface Ship Glonass Satellite 
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