GPS

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Synonyms for GPS

a navigational system involving satellites and computers that can determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by computing the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver

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Built upon the expertise gained from Spirent's PLTS which was introduced into the CDMA market in 2001, the ULTS is the first commercially-available UMTS A-GPS test system.
QUALCOMM pioneered the development and commercialization of A-GPS technology.
NEC is a pioneer in A-GPS solutions and boasts a wealth of experience in developing location-based service systems for not only Japanese operators but also operators worldwide.
LTE A-GPS OTA testing is an upgrade option for Spirent s market-leading test solution for A-GPS, and it builds on prior collaboration between ETS-Lindgren and Spirent for GSM, CDMA, and WCDMA A-GPS OTA testing.
Because the industry's existing certification standards for A-GPS do not include OTA testing, performance issues due to the GPS antenna are not always caught prior to commercial deployment.
The advantages of the SUPL-based A-GPS solution toward deployment of location-based services include the following:
LTE A-GPS OTA testing is an upgrade option for Spirent's market-leading test solution for A-GPS, and it builds on prior collaboration between ETS-Lindgren and Spirent for GSM, CDMA, and WCDMA A-GPS OTA testing.
Working with Spirent gives us the earliest possible opportunity to meet our customers' requests for both development testing and A-GPS certification once the CTIA Test Plan has been revised," said David Bissonette, Vice President Business Development at 7 layers.
The report also highlights the incremental benefits of a multi-GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) approach, using signals from the Russian GLONASS satellite system in conjunction with A-GPS, when obtaining a location fix.
May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Spirent Communications plc , a global leader in mobile device, application and wireless network testing, today announced that SATIMO's SAM(TM) Antenna Measurement Software now supports Spirent's UMTS Location Test System (ULTS) and CDMA Position Location Test System (PLTS) for A-GPS Over-the-Air (OTA) testing.
In addition, SGS will use the world-leading Spirent ULTS to provide A-GPS testing services to the cellular handset industry.
Spirent Communications, a leader in testing wireless networks, services and devices, today announced that the SGS wireless testing laboratory in Seoul, Korea has become the latest among the world's leading wireless testing laboratories to deploy Spirent's 8100 A-GPS Over-the-Air (OTA) test solution.
Wireless operator EMT, the Estonian subsidiary of TeliaSonera, said tests of BlueSky Positioning's A-GPS technology were successful.
The ULTS can also carry out conformance testing of A-GPS in GSM devices to the 3GPP TS 51.