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Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 11th 11, 10:00 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 9
Views: 3,849
Posted By macpacheco
The CBO is proposing to kill GPS IIIB and IIIC

On Nov 11, 1:46*am, Mxsmanic wrote:
Alan Browne writes:
Whence Galileo, GLONASS and even Compass (II) can take over...

One governed by a massively corrupt government,...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 7th 11, 08:28 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 4,010
Posted By macpacheco
Ipad compatible bluetooth GPS which has an external antennasocket and external pwr input?

On Nov 6, 2:47*pm, Peter wrote:
Alan Browne wrote

My main frustration with the iPhone is also the very starved GPS
interface....
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 6th 11, 03:36 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 9
Views: 3,849
Posted By macpacheco
The CBO is proposing to kill GPS IIIB and IIIC

On Nov 5, 12:32*pm, Alan Browne
wrote:
...
Given the state of the US federal debt and deficit and the high
reliability and availability of GPS, there is no...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 5th 11, 03:39 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 9
Views: 3,849
Posted By macpacheco
The CBO is proposing to kill GPS IIIB and IIIC

On Nov 4, 11:00*pm, HIPAR wrote:
On Nov 4, 7:33*pm, macpacheco wrote:

http://www.gpsworld.com/defense/news/congressional-budget-office-issu...

...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 5th 11, 12:33 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 9
Views: 3,849
Posted By macpacheco
The CBO is proposing to kill GPS IIIB and IIIC

http://www.gpsworld.com/defense/news/congressional-budget-office-issues-report-gps-defense-12261

Sad, sad possibility, the congressional budget office is proposing
killing GPS IIIB/C, arguing the...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 2nd 11, 04:21 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 18
Views: 6,358
Posted By macpacheco
PRN133 ranging now useable for SoL, at non precision approach level

On Nov 1, 10:58*pm, HIPAR wrote:
On Nov 1, 7:54*pm, "Ed M." wrote:







Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 1st 11, 08:18 PM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 18
Views: 6,358
Posted By macpacheco
PRN133 ranging now useable for SoL, at non precision approach level

On Nov 1, 1:18*pm, Alan Browne
wrote:
On 2011-11-01 09:25 , Alan Browne wrote:






Forum: Instrument Flight Rules November 1st 11, 07:34 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 18
Views: 6,358
Posted By macpacheco
PRN133 ranging now useable for SoL, at non precision approach level

On Oct 31, 11:56*am, Alan Browne
wrote:
On 2011-10-30 20:08 , HIPAR wrote:

On Oct 30, 4:44 pm, *wrote:

NASA JPL...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules October 31st 11, 03:27 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 18
Views: 6,358
Posted By macpacheco
PRN133 ranging now useable for SoL, at non precision approach level

On Oct 30, 10:08*pm, HIPAR wrote:
On Oct 30, 4:44*pm, macpacheco wrote:

NASA JPL operates a Global Differential GPS system with worldwide
...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules October 30th 11, 09:44 PM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 18
Views: 6,358
Posted By macpacheco
PRN133 ranging now useable for SoL, at non precision approach level

Since PRN133 was set healthy for WAAS corrections, its ranging was
kept at NM (Not Monitored) level, preventing its use for safety of
life applications, however in the last few days, its ranging...
Forum: Piloting June 5th 11, 01:42 AM Posted to rec.aviation.piloting,sci.geo.satellite-nav
Replies: 3
Views: 635
Posted By macpacheco
One reason why you shouldn't rely on GPS

On Jun 4, 8:55*pm, Mxsmanic wrote:
The FCC's potential plans to give away vital frequency bands to the detriment
of GPS will have serious consequences for GPS users of all...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules April 3rd 11, 02:01 PM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 3
Views: 3,604
Posted By macpacheco
Galaxy XV / PRN 135 geo arrives at 133.1W, WAAS ranging back to 7.5meter UDRE

Galaxy XV / PRN 135 WAAS arrived this weekend at 133.1W
Ranging is now back to the best possible (for GEOs) 7.5 meter UDRE.
In its normal operating orbit, it shows up in very high elevation...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules March 20th 11, 05:03 PM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 3,050
Posted By macpacheco
Galaxy XV / PRN 135 WAAS signal unofficially healthy again ?

On Mar 19, 10:46*am, macpacheco wrote:
www.gpsworld.cominforms that PRN135 is now back to full healthy,
available for aviation and other safety of life applications.
But...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules March 19th 11, 02:46 PM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 3,050
Posted By macpacheco
Galaxy XV / PRN 135 WAAS signal unofficially healthy again ?

www.gpsworld.com informs that PRN135 is now back to full healthy,
available for aviation and other safety of life applications.
But there's no word to that end on http://www.nstb.tc.faa.gov/ as...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules March 5th 11, 02:41 AM Posted to rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 2,759
Posted By macpacheco
Galaxy XV / PRN 135 WAAS signal unofficially healthy again ?

On Mar 4, 3:32*am, macpacheco wrote:
Since March 1st, PRN 135 WAAS ranging has changed from NM (Not
Monitored) to NPA (Non precision approach). From what I observed this
...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules March 4th 11, 07:32 AM Posted to rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 2,759
Posted By macpacheco
Galaxy XV / PRN 135 WAAS signal unofficially healthy again ?

Since March 1st, PRN 135 WAAS ranging has changed from NM (Not
Monitored) to NPA (Non precision approach). From what I observed this
wouldn't be possible with MT0 (test mode) being broadcast by said...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 26th 11, 01:54 PM Posted to rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 7
Views: 4,361
Posted By macpacheco
Transponder Landing System

Approaches with similar functionality are RNP approaches.
You'll need an FMS system coupled with GPS (or WAAS+GPS receiver) as a
sensor, and special training to fly those.
They have exactly that...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 26th 11, 08:58 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 2,300
Posted By macpacheco
50th Space Wing completes Phase 1 of E24

On Jan 26, 2:02*am, macpacheco wrote:
On Jan 25, 8:56*pm, Sam Wormley wrote:







Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 26th 11, 05:02 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 2,300
Posted By macpacheco
50th Space Wing completes Phase 1 of E24

On Jan 25, 8:56*pm, Sam Wormley wrote:
50th Space Wing completes Phase 1 of E24
Schriever Air Force Base
19 January 2011

The 50th Space Wing is pleased to...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 22nd 11, 03:04 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 0
Views: 2,417
Posted By macpacheco
illegal signals knocking out gps

On Jan 21, 5:06*pm, HIPAR wrote:
On Jan 20, 9:56*pm, mac wrote:

Have anyone heard about illegal signals
*knocking out GPS systems at the...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 21st 11, 07:16 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 1
Views: 2,274
Posted By macpacheco
GPS Service Denial Testing?

On Jan 21, 2:40*am, Sam Wormley wrote:
On 1/20/11 10:21 PM, Mxsmanic wrote:

Because it's important to eliminate all backups to GPS, otherwise things
become way more...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 20th 11, 10:06 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 11
Views: 4,093
Posted By macpacheco
Earth shattering news for GNSS, commercial availability of ChipScale Atomic Clock (CSAC)

On Jan 20, 5:37*am, Terje Mathisen "terje.mathisen at tmsw.no"
wrote:
Mxsmanic wrote:
How sensitive are these CSACs to other environmental variables? What about
shock, or position? Are...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 20th 11, 09:50 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 11
Views: 4,093
Posted By macpacheco
Earth shattering news for GNSS, commercial availability of ChipScale Atomic Clock (CSAC)

On Jan 20, 12:08*am, "Ed M." wrote:
There's a lot of literature describing how a precise clock can
mitigate the strong correlation between the clock and vertical
position...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 20th 11, 09:08 AM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 11
Views: 4,093
Posted By macpacheco
Earth shattering news for GNSS, commercial availability of ChipScale Atomic Clock (CSAC)

On Jan 20, 4:46*am, Mxsmanic wrote:
How sensitive are these CSACs to other environmental variables? What about
shock, or position? Are they robust enough to be used in...
Forum: Instrument Flight Rules January 19th 11, 07:50 PM Posted to sci.geo.satellite-nav,rec.aviation.ifr
Replies: 11
Views: 4,093
Posted By macpacheco
Earth shattering news for GNSS, commercial availability of ChipScale Atomic Clock (CSAC)

On Jan 19, 3:43*pm, Alan Browne
wrote:
On 2011.01.18 22:36 , macpacheco wrote:

CSACs might also make their way into all DPGS stations, improving
their...
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