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Tuesday, April 01, 2014 - Wednesday, April 02, 2014

123-1401 GPS Fundamentals and Enhancements
All Day Event

Description
Course 123 is the first 2 days of course 346. See days 1 and 2 of the Course 346 outline for details, or click on the PDF outline below. Course 123 offers an overview of how the GPS systems works, its historical evolution, its many applications, and its policy and operational considerations. It provides the fundamentals of GPS principles and technologies including clocks and timing, orbits and constellations, and satellites and control segment functions.
 
Click here for an overview of the week and link to the Registration Form and hotel accomodations.
 
Objectives
  • To give a comprehensive introduction to GPS and DGPS technology, system concepts, 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
Prerequisites
Some familiarity with engineering terms is helpful but not essential.
 
Who Should Attend?
  • Engineers and technical professionals seeking conceptual and detailed explanations of GPS technology, operation, capabilities, applications, and development trends
  • Professionals in navigation, positioning, and related fields who are concerned with the capabilities, operation and principles of GPS, DGPS, and related GNSS systems.
  • System analysts and specialists concerned with position data and its use.
  • Managers concerned with GPS, GNSS activities, or the positioning field.

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