GPS Tracking Systems Seminar Abstract, Report

GPS Tracking Systems
There is a new tracking system available for monitoring the movement of any vehicles or employees without any hassle. The system is called a global positioning system or GPS tracking system. This system provides the most required confidence and assurance of supervising. The global positioning system that is now used in the vehicle is basically developed on the principal of satellite technology. GPS or global positioning system provides accurate time and location anytime using the satellite navigation system. This system is used everywhere now including the military services, civil services and also for commercial usages. Using this technology several multinational organizations have produced GPS navigation devices to track things accurately.

There are mainly two things that are required to run a GPS system. GPS satellite signal transmitter and a GPS receiver. The receivers receive signals full with information and it does not transmit data if it does not get a clear view of the sky. Every GPS satellite transmits location data and of course the time, but to distribute the data instantly you require proper synchronization among all the GPS satellites. The GPS signals are all radio signals. There are two kinds of radio signal that a GPS transmitter transmits and they are L1 and L2. L1 is for civil use and the frequency is 1575.42 MHz.

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