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Posted by: Siddhu

04/27/2005, 15:20:41

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I want know more about GIS (Geographical Information System) application software development, GPS (Global Positioning System) and Remote Sensing.






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04/27/2005, 20:10:13

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Try and contact one of the manufacturers of GPS systems. I found more data about this than I could digest when I set up my seismic sensors and was trying to figure how to get an accurate time reference (GPS is a good one) to do the seismgraphing data logging on a computer.

I know that doesn't sound like much help, but believe me there is plenty of information about this on the web.

Not to advertise but Garmin is a good source. Another link to search from a different direction is http://psn.quake.net/ .
There are several members to the Public Seismic Network that are very well versed in GPS concepts.

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