Tag Archives: navigators

The Looming GPS and Smartphone Wars

Yesterday, this blog dealt with the situation of the Federal Communications Commission approving LightSquared’s proposal to place a new wireless system into service requiring some 40,000 towers throughout the country.  What LightSquared and the FCC neglected or overlooked was the … Continue reading

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GPS, LG4, and Government Woes

Something in the industries and the government is not quite right.  Something’s up.  Last January, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) waived their own rules to shotgun an approval through the system for LightSquared, an emerging company in the new 4G … Continue reading

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Mankind’s Greatest Navigational Achievement

Traveling from one place on the earth to another is a phenomenal accomplishment. To get from one place on the globe, precisely to a predetermined destination against incredible odds is, in a word, amazing. How were we able to get … Continue reading

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The Mighty Eighth

If you are driving down to Florida along Interstate 95, you might see something amazing near Savannah, GA.  As long as you are not sleeping, it is hard to miss the Boeing B-47 Stratojet parked next to the highway. The … Continue reading

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