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LightSquared Says GPS Tests Were Rigged

itwbennett (1594911) writes | more than 2 years ago


itwbennett writes "Would-be cellular carrier LightSquared claims that the company's LTE network was set up to fail in GPS intereference tests. 'Makers of GPS (Global Positioning System) equipment put old and incomplete GPS receivers in the test so the results would show interference, under the cover of non-disclosure agreements that prevented the public and third parties from analyzing the process,' LightSquared executives said on a conference call with reporters Wednesday morning."
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Old is not obsolete (2)

bluelip (123578) | more than 2 years ago | (#38742258)

Not every GPS is the model that was released last week. Interference is interference. Fix your broken implementation, LightSquared.

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