C. Plath Offers Literature On NAVIGLOBE Satellite Navigation Receiver

C. Plath of Hamburg, West Germany, a division of Litton Industries, Inc., is offering literature on NAVIGLOBE, the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite navigation receiver that was the center of interest at their stand during this year's International Ship, Machinery and Marine Technology Exhibition in Hamburg.

The informative literature explains what the Global Positioning System is, how it works, and how GPS user equipment processes pseudorange measurements and satellite positions to estimate threedimensional user position and time.

Features and performance of the NAVIGLOBE are discussed and technical data is listed, such as navigation signal, dynamic capability, interference immunity, reaction time, accuracy, interfaces, dimensions, power requirements, etc.

The publications points out that the main advantage of the NAVIGLOBE, which was developed within the Litton Group by C. Plath in cooperation with a sister company, is its layout for simple operation: without knowledge of the operator's position, time special chart or calibration, NAVIGLOBE will indicate continuously its position with highest accuracy, shortly after switching.

Photos of the NAVIGLOBE control display unit and receiver processor unit are included.

For a free copy of the literature and more information on the NAVIGLOBE GPS satellite navigation receiver, Circle 20 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 43,  Dec 15, 1984 Mississippi

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