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Request for Public Review and Comment of Changes to the Navstar Global Positioning System (GPS) Space Segment/Navigation User Segment Interface Control Document (ICD) for the L2 Civil (L2 C) Signal

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AGENCY:

Department of the Air Force, DoD.

ACTION:

Request for review and comment of changes to ICD-GPS-200C.

SUMMARY:

This notice informs the public that the Global Positioning System (GPS)Joint Program Office (JPO) proposes to revise ICD-GPS-200, Navstar GPS Space Segment/Navigation User Interfaces, to include the description of the proposed L2 C signal, to be transmitted at the L2 frequency (1227.6 MHz). These proposed changes are described in a Proposed Interface Revision Notice (PIRN): PIRN-200C-007. The PIRN can be reviewed at the following Web site: http://gps.losangeles.af.mil. Select “Configuration Management” and then “Public Data for Review.” Hyperlinks are provided to “PIRN-200C-007 (PDF)” and to review instructions. Reviewers should save the PIRN to a local memory location prior to opening and performing the review. All comments and their resolutions will be posted to the Web site.

ADDRESSES:

Submit comments to Mr. Soon K. Yi via E-mail at syi@arinc.com, by fax at 310-322-4474, or by mail to ARINC Inc., Attn: Soon K. Yi, 2250 E. Start Printed Page 64220Imperial Highway, Suite 450, El Segundo, CA 90245-3509. A comment matrix is provided at the Web site and is the preferred method of comment submittal.

DATES:

The suspense date for comment submittal is January 2, 2002.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

1st Lt Reginald Victoria, ICD-GPS-200 Point of Contact, 310-363-6329, GPS JPO System Engineering Division.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

The civilian and military communities use the Global Positioning System, which employs a constellation of 24 satellites to provide continuously transmitted signals to enable appropriately configured GPS user equipment to produce accurate position, navigation, and time information.

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Janet A. Long,

Air Force Federal Register Liaison Officer.

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[FR Doc. 01-30635 Filed 12-11-01; 8:45 am]

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