Definition Edit

A differential global positioning system (DGPS) refers to

Global Positioning System (GPS) positioning techniques that use two or more GPS receivers, with a base station on a position of known location, and one or more roving receivers taking GPS measurements at unknown locations.[1]

References Edit

  1. Federal Emergency Management Agency, Glossary of Terms (full-text).

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