Miniature GPS

  • 08-Mar-2011 11:40 EST
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Rockwell Collins’ MicroGram GPS receiver is 90% smaller than the earlier-version miniature, precision, lightweight GPS receiver. The size reduction enables the equipment to be used in handheld radios, rugged field computers, laser rangefinders, and small unmanned aircraft. The device features the selective availability anti-spoofing module (SAASM) for secure military GPS operation. The receiver minimizes power usage and allows rapid acquisition of the GPS satellites when power is first applied.

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