Today, increasing demands and expectations are being placed on GPS systems. Assisted GPS (A-GPS) has been developed to provide greatly improved capabilities, helping GPS work better and faster in almost any location. Offering a detailed look at all the technical aspects and underpinnings of A-GPS, this unique book places emphasis on practical implementation. The book reviews standard GPS design, helping professionals understand why GPS requires assistance in the first place. Readers discover how A-GPS enables the computing of a position from navigation satellites in the absence of precise time - a topic not covered in any other book. Moreover, engineers learn how to design and analyze a high sensitivity GPS receiver and determine the achievable sensitivity of a GPS receiver.
The present technical manual is divided into nine chapters, encompassing a wide range of managerial aspects commonly encountered in a fish farm. It is not directly subjective; rather the main strategy is to provide knowledge through problem-solution oriented approach and practical field experiences. The methodologies adopted and discussed in this technical manual are strictly field oriented and region specific. This manual will prove to be quite handy as a quick reference guide for fishery professionals, progressive aqua-famers, fish culture enthusiasts and amateur researchers who are working at the field level.
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