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GPS Inside Leading Edge GPS Products New Products Buyers Guide LeadNet Calendar GPS Jobs GPS Reference Galileo ' s World Centimeter-Accuracy Indoor Navigation Using GPS-Like

@inproceedings{Pseudolites2002GPSIL,
  title={GPS Inside Leading Edge GPS Products New Products Buyers Guide LeadNet Calendar GPS Jobs GPS Reference Galileo ' s World Centimeter-Accuracy Indoor Navigation Using GPS-Like},
  author={Pseudolites},
  year={2002}
}
using pseudolites Use of GPS pseudolites now makes it possible to apply GPS navigation in an indoor environment. A pseudolite is a signal generator that transmits GPS-like signals to nearby users. In the United States, interest in pseudolite-based indoor navigation stems in part from imminent implementation of new automatic location capability in mobile cellular phones socalled Enhanced 911 or E911 required by a new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rule. 

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