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Welcom, I'm searching as many as possible informations about gps satellites. Especially, I would focused on construction, systems and elements which are consted of. I found some brochures and ads but its unsatisfactory. Can you recommend any books or textbooks?
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Welcom, I'm searching as many as possible informations about gps satellites. Especially, I would focused on construction, systems and elements which are consted of. I found some brochures and ads but its unsatisfactory. Can you recommend any books or textbooks?
Hi, welcome to the forum. I would suggest that you try Google Search and Google Scholar and talk to your local library who should be able to help you locate appropriate texts.
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Hi, welcome to the forum. I would suggest that you try Google Search and Google Scholar and talk to your local library who should be able to help you locate appropriate texts.
Thank you for your response, but I have reviewed many books and wasn't found anything. That's why I asked for help on this forum.
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Thank you for your response, but I have reviewed many books and wasn't found anything. That's why I asked for help on this forum.
No probs. If that's the case then the information must be restricted and as such would not be available publicly. In that case it most definitely would not be discussed in this forum.
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You might start here. Use the reference section to see what has been published. Hope this helps:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPS_satellite_blocks

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Thank you maybe somebody knows some books or articles?
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Thank you maybe somebody knows some books or articles?
pm me. One of my clients and friends was instrumental in establishing the satellite system. I'll ask him if he'll agree to chat with you.

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