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Letters to the Editor – December 2006 Posted on 01 Dec 2006 in the GNSS News & GPS Modernization categories.

U.S. Needs Clear GPS Vision; NDGPS Killer App; WAAS in Eastern Canada Read more»

“Geo-Enabling the IC with GeoPDF Posted on 27 Oct 2006 in the Defense News categories.

This week, TerraGo Technologies announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with In-Q-Tel -- an independent venture capital fund tasked with identifying new technologies for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the larger intelligence community (IC) -- to spark the development of new mapping solutions needed by such IC leaders as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). Read more»

Letters to the Editor – October 2006 Posted on 01 Oct 2006 in the GNSS News categories.

Constellation Viability; NDGPS Budget; Air Traffic; and Race FX Read more»

Expert Advice – Managing the GPS Constellation for Today’s Needs Posted on 01 Sep 2006 in the Newsletter Editorials & Opinions & Survey & Survey Scene categories.

For many, GPS is at its best performance ever, with 29 satellites in orbit and user range errors at their lowest levels in years. Yet for others, GPS performance falls short of expectations. Read more»

NDGPS heads toward the budget chop block Posted on 30 Aug 2006 in the Newsletter Editorials & Opinions & Survey & Survey Scene categories.

Nationwide Differential GPS (NDGPS) 2007 allocation has been scaled back to zero. As in aught, nought, zot. Read more»

No Joy in Surveyville Posted on 28 Jul 2006 in the Newsletter Editorials & Opinions & Survey & Survey Scene categories.

I have something to say about our mainstay -- GPS -- and its troubles of late. Read more»

Letters to the Editor – July 2006 Posted on 01 Jul 2006 in the Survey News categories.

The Navstar GPS Joint Program Office has long wanted more commercial participation so issues can be discussed and resolved. Read more»

Potential Problems for Users of Modernized GPS Signals in Mixed-Mode Operations Posted on 15 Jun 2006 in the Newsletter Editorials & Opinions & Survey & Survey News & Survey Scene categories.

PRN 17 is the first in the new generation of GPS satellites with a new feature called flex power. Read more»