LightSquared is calling for an investigation of the source of possibly leaked data from the recently completed GPS interference tests conducted by the U.S. government that evidently contradict more favorable test results recently promoted by the company. The tests LightSquared performed with GPS equipment makers Javad GNSS, PCTel and Partron were touted as demonstrating that concerns over the threat posed by the company’s proposed wireless service to GPS users were overstated (Aerospace ...
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