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Monday, June 10, 2013 - Thursday, June 13, 2013

346 GPS and GNSS Operation for Engineers and Technical Professionals
All Day Event

This is a 4-day version of our most popular course (Course 356), condensed into a 4-day format for those who want to save on lodging and overhead. It still offers a comprehensive introduction to GPS and DGPS technology, system concepts, design, operation, implementation and applications, including detailed information on the GPS signal, its processing by the receiver, and the techniques by which GPS obtains position, velocity and time. See details below for more information about this course.
 
Objectives
  • To give a comprehensive introduction to GPS, system concepts, differential GPS (DGPS), design, operation, implementation and applications.
  • To provide detailed information on the GPS signal, its processing by the receiver, and the techniques by which GPS obtains position, velocity and time.
  • To present current information on the status, plans, schedule and capabilities of GPS, as well as of other satellite-based systems with position velocity and time determination applications.
  • To fill in technical information gaps for those working in the GPS and GNSS fields.
Who Should Attend?
  • Excellent for engineering staff who need to be rapidly brought up to speed on GPS and for those already working in GPS who need exposure to the system as a whole in order to work more effectively.
Prerequisites
Familiarity with engineering terms and analysis techniques. General familiarity with matrix operations is desirable for Thursday and Friday, and familiarity with signal processing techniques is desirable for Wednesday through Friday.
 
Who Should Attend?
Excellent for engineering staff who need to be rapidly brought up to speed on GPS and for those already working in GPS who need exposure to the system as a whole in order to work more effectively.
 
 
 

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