Wednesday, December 16, 2015

LightSquared Settles GPS Lawsuit With Trimble Navigation

“Trimble and New LightSquared have agreed to work together with the relevant government agencies to implement a mutually acceptable compromise approach to resolution of the outstanding issues relating to use of New LightSquared’s spectrum,” a LightSquared spokeswoman said. Click here to read full story...

Thursday, December 10, 2015

LightSquared and Deere Settle GPS Spectrum Lawsuit

Under its deal with Deere, LightSquared has agreed to forgo a portion of its spectrum nearest to the GPS signal and instead will use frequencies that are further away from the GPS signal. In return, Deere said it won’t object to LightSquared’s deployment of its wireless broadband network. Click Here to Read the Full Story...

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Lightsquared in the News

Federal regulators approved LightSquared’s request to transfer its valuable spectrum licenses to a newly formed company.. Click here to read full story...

Friday, December 4, 2015

Surveying Around the Globe

Massive Geolocation Coverage Project is Underway in Belarus

According to a recent press release issued by the State Property Committee of Belarus, up to 85 percent of the territory of that country is going to have been covered by its precise geolocation system by the close of this year.  Click here to read full story...

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Surveyors In The News

Water Flows Downhill
Isn’t that title a profound and brilliant deduction? Water, in the form of rain, hits the ground and is immediately absorbed or flows away to a creek somewhere. But, this effect is so noteworthy as to be mentioned in hundreds of deeds that are recorded in the county clerk’s office at the courthouse. It is so important that many surveyors still use the phrase “and lying on the waters of So-and-So Creek” to help describe where the surveyed property can be found.  Click here to read the full story...