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GPS

Abbreviation for:
gastrocnemius-plantaris-soleus
General Pharmaceutical Services 
general practice strategy
Goodpasture syndrome
grey platelet syndrome
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Applications of mobile positioning are developing along with improvements in the preciseness of positioning.
The lawsuit alleges the three companies "hijacked" the Standard Setting Organizations (SSOs) that govern which mobile positioning technologies will be in the standard for future LTE "4G" wireless networks.
Using the techniques described, the location of the device can be transferred properly between networks using the described gateway without using a Mobile Positioning Center (which is an optional network element) and solves problems with network-initiated location services, such as family and buddy location services, workforce location services and certain emergency services.
This book discusses mobile positioning solutions applied on top of current wireless communication networks.
The combined technology allows system integrators to add precise multi-frequency GNSS positioning and inertial data capabilities to their systems to provide continuous mobile positioning and high-accuracy orientation in poor signal environments.
This mobile positioning method combines network-based and handset-based location technologies and leverages the benefits of each to gain higher accuracy and reliability than any other single location technology.
Rx Networks is a mobile positioning technology and global services company.
Roles of Constituents of Mobile Positioning Service Industry Chain
According to a new technical market research report, Global Mobile Positioning Markets: Commercial, Military, Homeland Defense (SAS011B) from BCC Research (www.
The EdgeFort Appliance removes the complexities of managing and integrating disk, tape and backup software," said Jeremy Freeman, Director of IT at mobile positioning technology and services company RX Networks.
Rx Networks is a private, venture funded mobile positioning technology and services company headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
Most recently, Kingdon started the Ericsson Mobile Positioning System product unit.