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    Re: A further reason for traditional Navigation - GPS interference
    From: Walter Guinon
    Date: 2003 Jan 6, 06:46 -0800

    Maybe we should be worrying about GPS interfering with TV reception.
    
    --- George Huxtable  wrote:
    > Aubrey O'callaghan quoted the following news item-
    >
    > >"FAULTY GPS? CHECK THE TV AERIAL! THE next time a ship runs onto the
    > >Tricolor wreck it may worth checking whether anybody was watching
    > >television at the time. US Coast Guard is warning that certain marine
    > >television  antennas may interfere with the performance of Global
    > >Positioning System receivers.
    >
    > What may be more of a problem in the interference of television with
    > navigation, is when the watch officer is watching television rather than
    > looking out of the bridge window.
    >
    > George Huxtable.
    
    
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