NEW DELHI — As India’s GPS-Aided Geo Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) system reaches it final operational phase, FAA, Raytheon, the Indian Space Research Organization and the Airports Authority of India have reached an agreement to use ISRO’s algorithms to address the ionospheric challenges expected to affect GPS signals. To facilitate Category 1 precision approach landing of aircraft, India is developing GAGAN as a regional space-based system. This is a major step forward that will enable ...
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