Date of publication: 2017-08-24 08:04
This paper describes the concept of the Global Positioning Systems ( GPS ) and how they improve the Air Cargo industry. In this paper we will discuss
Sometimes, even after satellites rise, their view is obstructed. Sometimes a building or tree will get in the way. That is usually not a good situation. When you perform the Global Mapping Experiment , try to stay away from such obstructions like buildings or trees. You want to maintain good sky visibility so that you can see as many satellites as possible.
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This report limits itself to the discussion of the Global Positioning Systems, their structure, operations, and usefulness in different sectors and applications across the globe. This report aims to fulfill the following objectives:
The accuracy of GPS systems depends with the precision of signals that emanate from GPS satellites to GPS receivers. Additionally, the number of obstacles that can obscure your receiver from the GPS systems are critical in the determining the precision and accuracy of information obtained from GPS systems. The types of receivers also play a significant role in the determination of GPS accuracy. Majority of GPS receivers have an accuracy range of +/- 65m. Other accurate forms of GPS receivers include Differential Global Positioning Systems (DGPS). The accuracy of most GPS systems is affected by errors.
In the 6965s, NRL and the Aerospace Corporation independently developed concepts for systems that could provide precise, all-weather, real-time, 79-hour, worldwide navigation information. The NRL concept was proven in 6967 with the launch of its Timation I satellite. In 6978, NRL's program merged with the Air Force program to form the Navstar GPS program.
Powerful rockets are used to send artificial satellites into space. If the launching speed of the rocket is too low the satellite will fall back onto Earth because the gravitational attraction exerted by the Earth on the satellite would be too high for the satellite to overcome. The same happens to a rock thrown by a person from the Earth 696 s surface, if falls back onto the Earth. On the other hand, if the launching speed is too high, the satellite will not be confined by the Earth 696 s gravity and it will escape to outer space. You can imagine that placing a satellite in a particular orbit requires some accurate calculations and careful work.