What Is The Global Processing System And For What Purpose It Is Used?


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Haroon Amir answered
This is one of the latest systems. GPS is an abbreviation of the global processing system. It is the only global processing system. It uses a 24 medium satellite system in order to transmit radio signals across the globe. The GPS receiver is used to measure the specification location and direction through the satellite and receiver. So it works like the server and client operation system where the receiver measures the distance using the satellite system. This Global Processing system has been designed by the American Defense department. The official name of this GPS system is the NAVSTAR system. The NAVSTAR is the abbreviation of navigation satellite timing and ranging. The satellite system is managed by the United States Air Force system.

To maintain this system there is approximately 750 million dollars spend every year. This is free for to use for the civilians. It is the one of the most advanced system in the world and is use for different purposes like surveying, map making, commerce and scientific uses. It is also used in the telecommunication system and earthquake sciences to measure different things. This global processing system measure the distance between the receiver and the satellite system of different countries. So this is very useful device and is used in many countries.
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Nisar Adil answered
GPS: Before answering I would like to make it clear to you that it is Global Positioning system not Global Processing System. Now coming to the answer if we look into the GPS history The Global Positioning System was first introduced by the U.S. For there military purposes, but as the time passed its application increased and now a days we can use it for different daily life activities basically the Global Processing System is a device that is connected to the satellite system and one can get the information regarding Latitude, Altitude, and Longitude of a specific place.    The GPS device collects the information from round about 24 satellite and these satellites transmits signals 24 hours around the globe. Normally the accuracy within one meter can be achieved with GPS, and with the help of highly complex GPS receivers which are generally used by military can achieve the accuracy within one centimeter. As I mentioned earlier that the Global Positioning System application is getting very common, the most common example of the GPS can be found in cars where one can easily find route between two points, and now a days GPS devices are also embedded in the laptops and different devices.
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