Officials at closed meetings Monday and yesterday of DOT's Position/Navigation Executive Committee tried to resolve issues surrounding civil aviation use of the Global Positioning System, including Defense Department concern about national security. DOD has raised the possibility of signal interference as well as the national security issue in connection with an FAA plan to downlink Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) information on the GPS L1 frequency using geostationary satellites ...

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