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March 23, 2014
GPS Modernization Stalls

With the optimism of college-bound seniors touring the Ivy…

By Dee Ann Divis


January 19, 2014
Proposal for U.S. eLoran Service Gains Ground

Trying to revive a years-dead federal program is usually…

By Dee Ann Divis


November 18, 2013
OCX and GPS Cybersecurity

The GPS program is setting a new space-system standard…

By Dee Ann Divis


September 4, 2013
UAV Operations in National Air Space Advance as Privacy Fight Heats Up

Significant progress has been made in integrating two classes…

By Dee Ann Divis


July 18, 2013
Location, Location, Location

In a part of the world where frustrated drivers…

By Dee Ann Divis


June 18, 2013
SMC Signs CRADA to Certify SpaceX Falcon Launcher

The Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) at Los…

By Dee Ann Divis


June 4, 2013
Air Force Proposes Dramatic Redesign for GPS Constellation

[Updated June 3, 2013] With the budget vise tightening,…

By Dee Ann Divis


March 25, 2013
Civil Use of UAS

Chuck Johnson, NASA Few domestic issues have evoked such…

By Dee Ann Divis


March 20, 2013
Congress, States Proposes Bills on Location Privacy, UAVs

Congress is moving to limit the sharing of geolocation…

By Dee Ann Divis


March 18, 2013
It’s Complicated

It’s spring and privacy proposals are popping up in…

By Dee Ann Divis


January 23, 2013
More Than Money Worries

Navigation users may benefit from GPS modernization sooner than…

By Dee Ann Divis


November 18, 2012
Taking Turns at the Fiscal Cliff

The GPS program has taken a fiscal hit that…

By Dee Ann Divis


November 1, 2012
UK Revokes Key GNSS Patent That Sparked Dispute over Cooperation, Interoperability

Legal filings suggest the U.S and the United Kingdom…

By Dee Ann Divis


October 16, 2012
RTCA on Path to Study RF Interference Limits and Tougher GNSS Receivers

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is expected to ask…

By Dee Ann Divis