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What requirements for GPS system ?

Asked by Antriksh Rajput, 11 Jan '09 02:44 pm
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The Interagency Requirements Process

Civilian and Military agencies are Part of It

We are in this together to make GPS better

Interagency Study Group (NASA, NOAA, NGA, NRL, USNO, USGS) defined GPS III Geodetic Requirement

Completed AoA pointing to laser ranging of GPS as optimal solution
Requirement and AoA submitted to IFOR Apr 07
Support letters from NASA and NGA submitted to IFOR Jul 07
Geodetic requirement accepted by IFOR 20 Aug 07
GPS Wing tasked with identifying costs/risk/impacts by 1 Jun 08
EXCOM tasked NASA/Air Force (20 Mar 08) to complete compatibility assessment of laser reflectors on GPS by 30 Sep 08
Pending assessment, Geodetic requirement added to GPS III CDD
2000Operational Requirements Document (ORD)
2000 Navigation Warfare Analysis of Alternatives (Navwar AoA)
2005Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC) approved initial Capability Development Document (iCDD)
Validated GPS III Key Performance Parameters (KPP) for single increment
JROC a ...more
Answered by celvah, 11 Jan '09 02:47 pm

 
  
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1. Decide which type of GPS you need.
2. Decide what functions you want your GPS to perform.
3. What extra features are there?
Answered by gkr, 11 Jan '09 02:47 pm

 
  
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Dont know yaar.
Answered by Jay, 11 Jan '09 02:47 pm

 
  
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