Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


Mobile communications must be enhanced by establishing a nonGPS technology that can detect the positions of mobile stations precisely. In this paper, we propose methods of Okamura-Hata and Wolfish-Ikegami used. The purpose of this work is carrying out of complex researchers of features and the supervision organization objects by means of GPS

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