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stands for Global Positioning System, a satellite based navigation system

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Don't confuse GPS with GPS trackers! You cannot track any objects using GPS receivers. You need to track them using GPS trackers. GPS receiver will track GPS satellites and calculate its own … position. This service is free. Keep in mind that GPS receiver will not allow you to transfer the location data. A GPS tracker will have a GPS receiver as its component. It will also allow you to send the …
answered Dec 9 '17 by AndrejaKo
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GPS satellite is only a transmitter (as far as GPS signal is concerned) and the other end is only a receiver. There is no bi-directional communication and therefore there is no need for satellite to …
answered Feb 10 '12 by AndrejaKo
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just loading expected satellites, you load as much as you can and then work from there on. This can be especially problematic for small devices with little or no memory on their own and no way to access the Internet for A-GPS. …
answered Jun 6 '16 by AndrejaKo
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attacks. Your users will need to be able to hear the audio guide and if they can hear it, they can record it. Same thing goes for GPS coordinates. So what you must do is make such business model that …
answered Mar 24 '13 by AndrejaKo