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    Re: GPS Interference
    From: Richard M Pisko
    Date: 2011 Sep 19, 12:50 -0600

    On Sun, 18 Sep 2011 12:42:37 -0600, Apache Runner 
    > I'd suspect that the problems of interference may well be in the details
    > of
    > the construction of the transmitters in the Light-squared frequency
    > range,
    > and receivers in the GPS - the degree of sensitivity and bleed-through -
    > so
    > the devil may lie in details like that.    Of course it doesn't mean that
    > decision making isn't prone to politics and corruption, but if the
    > details
    > involve a question of engineering standards, the issue gets a bit more
    > cloudy.
    I had read that the initial application (approved) was for satellite
    phones; bought up by LightSquared and modified to all terrestrial
    transmission towers.  Lots of difference in the energy that reaches the
    ground receivers.
    Richard . . .
    Using Opera since the"Dog" died

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