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Answer . Tall buildings, mountains, and other large objects, even highway overpasses, can interefere with or interrupt the GPS signal. A GPS receiver must have a clear line-of-sight with the satellites to work properly. If the signal is blocked by an object, it will be re-established once t…he object is gone or cleared generally in a matter of seconds. \n. \nBecause this signal interference does occur, most GPS Navigation systems also work using dead reckoning and map matching. \n . Dead reckoning is a method of navigation, used commonly by ships and aircraft, in which the distance and direction traveled from a previous position are used to estimate the current position. \n . Map matching compares the movement of the vehicle with the last known mapped position and maps of the area to determine the current position. \n . \nAs far as interference from other types of signals, heres some quick background on radio signals. These signals, like sound, light and other electromagnetic waves are measured in hertz (Hz), which is the frequency or number of cycles of the waveform or signal that occur per second. They are grouped in bands and generally defined, in MegaHertz (MHz) or 1.000,000 Hz, as:\n. \nLF (Low Frequency): 0.03 0.3 MHz\nMF (Medium Frequency): 0.3 3 MHz\nHF (High Frequency): 3 30 MHz\nVHF (Very High Frequency): 30 300 MHz\nUHF (Ultra High Frequency): 300 1000 MHz\n. \nWhere do radio stations, CB radios, cell phones, etc. fall? The common bands for these are:\n. \n . Radio stations\n AM: .5 - 1.7 MHz \nFM: 88 MHz to 108 MHz\n . CB radio 26.9 - 27.4 MHz \n . Television stations \n Channels 2 thru 6: 54 - 88 MHz \nChannels 7 thru 13: 174 - 220 MHz \n . Garage door openers, alarm systems: 40 MHz \n . Cordless phones: standard is 40 - 50 MHz, but 900 MHz are available\n . Cell phones: 824 - 849 MHz \n . \nThe GPS system operates in the L-Band, in the range of 1 2 GHz or 1,000 MHz. There are currently two signals sent in the GPS system: L1 And L2 signals. The L1 signal is the primary signal transmitted at 1575.42 MHz, while the L2 signal is transmitted at 1227.60 MHz.\n. \nAll of the satellites transmit on these two bands; however, they vary in the code they transmit. The two types of code sent are the following:\n. \n . C/A Code, or coarse/acquisition code, which is a sequence of 1023 pseudorandom binary numbers which are sent in different phases within the GPS carrier signal, repeating every 1 millisecond. It is also sometimes referred to as the civilian code.\n . \n . P-code, or precision code, is accessible by the U.S. military, the military of U.S. allied nations, and other government approved organization. Its code sequence is much longer than that of the C/A code repeats every 260-270 days. \n . \nThe L1 signal carries both the C/A and P codes; the L2 signal carries only the P code.\n. \nThe possibility for radio or other signals to interfere with the GPS signals is relatively low. However, if a GPS system is not properly installed in a vehicle, the chance for interference is higher. Therefore, many manufacturers discourage individuals from doing the installation themselves.\n. \nOne of the more common sources of intereference recently has been satalite radio recievers. Proper installation of both units is required as they can and have interfered with each other. ( Full Answer )
Answer . probably not, as the Global Positioning System uses data from several satellites to calculate the receivers position. At any given time, there are usually at least 4 GPS satellites above the horizon from anywhere on Earth. Only interference on the GPS frequency can impair the accuracy…. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Hi, Most likely it's an antenna problem or something wrong with the `front end` section of the receiver. Then again, it also depends on your location. I wouldn't expect a GPS receiver to work well in a cave or close to large buildings, etc. Hope this helps, Cubby
2.02E04Km * 1E03 m/Km * 1s/2.99792458E08m/s = 6.73799E-02s 20,000Km from Earth converted to meters divided by C in m/s But of course of the roughly 12 of the satellite constellation (of 24) in your hemisphere, some will be much further away than others. (You need a reliable signal from at …least four satellites for a useful reading.) ( Full Answer )
i cant think of anything . i have a gps system w/ blue tooth and sirius and have never got any glitches or anything. maybe its your system, antenna or wires.
Yes, the effect penetrates through walls. The 70% or so of the people who can consistently feel the effect report being able to sense it passing through all materials, with one exception: lead. A thick (1/4" or more) sheet of lead seems to stop the "beam" from the device.
Triangulation. Imagine that you can know your distance from any point, and you are good at math. If you know your distance from one point. You can be anywhere on a circle. If you know your distance from two points, you can be on the two points where a circle intersects. If you know your …distance from three points. There is only one place you can be. ( Full Answer )
No. The satellites used to distribute Sirius/XM "satellite" radio operate on frequencies assigned to Sirius/XM "satellite" radio. They don't operate on frequencies allocated to the GPS system.
You don't go to a school to become a GP unless you are in certain European countries. A doctor first gets a medical degree from a medical school. This degree is a basic degree that all doctors get. After you graduate you then do a period of post-graduate education either at a hospital or at a hospit…al and GP offices. After 3-7 years of additional training you are a GP I'm a GP ( Full Answer )
When a gps interacts with a satellite it sends data back a and forth to try to triangulate its location. To triangulate you need at least 3 satellites in view but more are better. The more power the gps has the better the data will be received and transmitted. Taking all this into account we come …up with this. Also objects can obstruct this data path.\n. \n-Battery power\n-Number of satellites in range\n-Power and quality of gps transmitter and receiver\n-Whether or not this path is being obstructed by something such as lead, rock, mountains, or if you are in a canyon or something. ( Full Answer )
No, depending on what system you have. Most are capable of penetrating anything but steel or thick concrete.
Dont think so... Some gps devices come with magnets at the base to be mounted on a metal object.
GPS will not penetrate through most home construction materials. It can be blocked by heavy forest, snowfall, and other natural events. You could wrap the GPS system with aluminum foil or put it in a metal toolbox.
GPS signals are radio waves. Radio waves travel at the speed of light. Speed of light is about 186,000 miles per second.
GPS signals are processed in the GPS unit and displayed, and they are also processed via three Global Position Satellites. All four units work together and process GPS signals (some to the satellites from the GPS, and some from the satellites to the GPS) to create an accurate position.
GPS signals are just radio waves, so they travel at or very near the speed of light, or 186,000 miles every second. The GPS satellites are in orbit at 11,000 miles above Earth, so they take very near to no time to travel from the satellite to the GPS receiver on Earth.
I am just going through some of the physics myself, but if i understand it properly, the higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength the less likely it is that the wave will bounce around keeping signals accurate. With the increased accuracy comes the use of gps in navigation for weapons and o…ther sorts of things they don't want impacting in the wrong place. With 4 satelites or 3 satelites and a ground station at that frequency they should be able to pinpoint something down to a few millimeters. ( Full Answer )
My father works at the apple store and he told me that they are so you can video chat on it and more it is a brilliant idea!
If that actually happened, then either your batteries gave out, orelse your GPS receiver failed. Make sure the battery contacts are clean and shiny, put in a set ofnew, fresh batteries, and hand it to someone else to look at it and make sureyou installed the batteries in the right directions. Then …go to a differentlocation and test it. The best place is outside, on high ground, with no trees orbuildings around you. If it still doesn't operate in that kind of conditions, then I'mafraid it looks bad for your GPS, and I hope you kept the warranty information when youbought it. ( Full Answer )
If the GPS frequently loses its signal can the device be adjusted in order to help it to maintain its signal?
Except to change batteries, stay out of the device ! If the device itself is healthy, then the frequent loss of signalsimply means that it's frequently in positions or locations where there's nosignal to be had. The GPS is not a pocket AM radio, that can pick up the localcountry station just fine… down in the coal mine. The GPS has a dinky, built-inantenna, that has to receive signals at 1.5 GHz direct from at least fourorbiting satellites in order to do its job and give you a 3D position. That littlegadget is a math machine and a stack of 12 small-signal microwave receivers, all ina package that fits in your pocket. The general rule is:. -- Clear view of a large piece of sky; -- Nothing but air between the GPS and outer space.. Some tough situations include . . .. -- heavy woods/tree canopy -- urban jungle, many large buildings -- inside the house or office, especially not near windows -- in the car: in the glove box, lying on the seat, on the floor, in the door pouch, in the cup holder, or anywhere insideheavily-tinted windows.. ( Full Answer )
the iPad 3G will have assisted GPS for use with Maps, etc. The WiFi-only version does not have this function.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) consists of 24 satellites that orbit the Earth at a height of 20,000 km. Receivers at stations on Earth (such as WES2 in Westport, Massachusetts) use the signals from satellites to calculate the location of the station. Geoscientists have set up a network of targe…ts all over the world in order to monitor the movement of lithospheric plates. Steel spikes pounded into the ground (preferably embedded in solid rock) make up the targets. A high-precision GPS receiver is then mounted on a tripod and positioned directly above the target. The targets are revisited over a period of months or years. The receiver measures the distance to four or more GPS satellites and then uses stored data on satellite locations to compute the location of the target. Changes in horizontal and vertical positions can be detected within several millimeters. ( Full Answer )
No. GPS signals are rather weak and the signals come from thousands of miles away. AM and FM radio stations are much stronger and much closer to humans. EMF from large powerlines and poorly grounded electronic equipment is much more likely to be harmful.
Apple does not announce new products until they are ready so it is not known if there will be an iPad 2. Given the success of the iPad it is highly likely that there will be an iPad 2. There are rumours that it will be launched in the first half of 2011.
For accuracy. 1 satellite can only tell you the distance from that satellite (a 3-d sphere around it). 2 satellites can only tell you what your distance from the two of them are(a 2-d circle between them). 3 satellites can give you 2 single points (1 one the surface of Earth, and one out in… the middle of space, and they assume you are on Earth when using GPS). 4 satellites is to give extra accuracy on that point that you are at (4 times as accurate as 3 satellites). ( Full Answer )
from class i herd that it should be 3 satelites to track you on a gps
Yes. There is a facebook app you can download from the app store (it might be free). You can also go to facebook through the web browser on the ipad.
Apple does not announce future products until they are ready to launch. But given the success of the initial iPad it will be highly likely that a new version will appear this year.
It uses a signal from a satellite that is revolving around the Earth right now.
Yes there is an iPad 3. It was released in the US, the UK, Australia and eight other countries on March 16, 2011. The iPad 3 will be released in Austria, Belgium, Ireland, Luxembourg and 20 other countries on March 23, 2012. Please see the related link for more details.
Google or yahoo, it doesn't really matter, just type in... how do i get an ipad? P.S. you usually would get an ipad from the store. Maybe Walmart or Target possibly.
It doesn't know where you are going, but it knows where you are at the moment. It does this by triangulating your signal with several satellites orbiting the earth in fixed orbit. The technology was first used by the military, but now can be accessed for civilian usage. The civilian usage is accurat…e to a few yards, but the military accuracy is accurate to a foot or less. By comparing your signal with several satellites it can determine where you are anywhere on earth. ( Full Answer )
The signal for GPS systems originates from satellites that orbit above the earth. This means that the "signal" that is used for GPS tracking is pretty much everywhere, and therefore cannot be "homed" in on using standard radio location techniques. The GPS tracking unit is therefore a receiver of sig…nal, not a transmitter like an audio "bug" or wireless video camera. Locating a GPS "tracking device" is probably possible using advanced equipment that would not be readily accessible to most people. This would also mean that said equipment would not be "inexpensive", either. ( Full Answer )
No. The GPS signal is high-frequency radio waves. High frequency radio waves cannot travel through water.
That hasn't happened yet. Its popularity is still growing by great burgeoning leaps and bounds.
As far as i know...i think u can get pokemon versions on Ipad...but not so sure about Emerald...
Yes, that's how it uses the maps app, because when the location services are on, there's an option that you can find where you are compared to the destination, or you can just use it like a normal gps and just track your movement, however, (and even though I basically spend most days researching tec…hnology, including the iPad, there are still a million things that I don't know about it, so this could be one of them,) you can't have it in third person view right behind your car and have it tell you the directions (I know, I don't like it either). Hope this helps! SeanHolshouser ( Full Answer )
no, its there is no AOL ipad give away going on. This sounds like an email phishing scam to me.
1) Open Safari. 2) Press URL text box at top of screen. 3) type Google.com 4) press Enter
If you see a receipt from the Apple store for an iPad and he had it engraved with your name on it, you can be sure you're going to get one soon.
The GPS system is a network of devices that communicate by radio. Radio signals are electromagnetic radiation, just as light is, and they travel at the same speed as light does.
nowhere so if u delete it its gone forever on iPad 1-2-3 and iPhone and iPod. I have one so i know. bye
GPS receivers don't transmit anything. 15 people all sitting aroundthe same picnic table outside should be able to all take out theirsmartphones and study their GPS positions. Nobody's GPS should bother anybody else's, andit would be an easy and foolproof way to avoid any human interaction.
If the iPad has 3G, yes. But if it is WiFi and not connected to a hotspot, you cannot locate it.
Your hand-held GPS is a receiver . It listens to signalsfrom GPS satellites, and doesn't "give off" any signal of its own.
All of the GPS satellites are sending out a signal all the time. Inorder to calculate your latitude, longitude, and altitude, your receiverneeds to hear at least four (4) of them. Most receivers are capable of processingthe signals from 12 satellites or more at the same time. The more satellitesyour…s can hear, the more accurate the calculated position is. ( Full Answer )
The signal rapidly attenuates when passing through water, evenheavy cloud cover can make it too weak to receive usable GPSsignals.
As of May 6, 2014, there is no current plans for an iPad Air Mini.Apple has however announced the iPad Air 2 coming out in theupcoming months.
Aluminum foil is cheap and effective shielding for microwavesignals like those used by GPS, cell phones, etc.
Yes, but the game isn't really built for the iPad, so it might beglitchy. I was having problems with it quitting a lot on me, but Iwas using an older iPad. Newer ones might work better.