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 Title & Authors
Design and Implementation of DGPS device-based on Smart Phone
Bang, Sungmin; Hong, Sungsu;
 
 Abstract
DGPS is a technology that can improve the positioning precision of the existing GPS based on the correction information regarding reference station. Although the country is currently building infrastructure for DGPS correction information to be transmitted, it is being used only in limited areas for which DGPS expensive equipment is required. By enabling the development of the DGPS device using the smart phone, this limitation can be overcome, DGPS can be applied for various location-based services, and the implementation of the new model of location-based services may be enabled. In this paper, we introduce the development of a DGPS device for which high-precision positioning is possible using DGPS correction information received via the DMB network or mobile network in the smart phone environment.
 Keywords
differential GPS;LBS;smart phone;T-DMB;
 Language
Korean
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