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Request for Public Review and Comment of Changes to the Navstar GPS Space Segment/Navigation User Segment Interface Control Document (ICD)

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Department of the Air Force, DoD.


Notice and Request for Review/Comment of Changes to ICD-GPS-200C


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 update the Letters of Exception (LOEs) currently included in the ICD. These proposed changes are described in a Proposed Interface Revision Notice (PIRN): PIRN-200C-008 Revision A. This revision is an updated version of previously distributed PIRN-200C-008. The latest PIRN can be viewed and downloaded at the following web site: Select “System Engineering” and then “Public Interface Control Working Group”. Hyperlinks are provided to “PIRN-200C-008A (PDF)” and to review instructions. Reviewers should save the PIRN to a local memory location prior to opening and performing the review.


Submit comments to SMC/GPERC, 2420 Vela Way, Suite 1467, El Segundo, CA 90245-4659. A comment matrix is provided for your convenience at the web site and is the preferred method of comment submittal. Comments may be submitted to the following Internet address: Comments may also be sent by fax to 1-310-363-6387.


The suspense date for comment submittal is July 30, 2004.

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GPERC at 1-310-363-6329, GPS JPO System Engineering Division, or write to the address above.

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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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Pamela D. Fitzgerald,

Air Force Federal Register Liaison Officer.

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[FR Doc. 04-16341 Filed 7-16-04; 8:45 am]