Qualcomm 'Made in India' GPS-technology in Android phones

        San Diego-based chipmaker Qualcomm is before long going to utilize 'Made In India' NavIC innovation in all future Android cell phones. The NavIC represents NAVigation with Indian Constellation. It is planned by the ISRO. 

       The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), likewise called NavIC is apparently keeping pace with US-based GPS, Russia's Glonass and Galileo created by Europe. NavIC has seven satellites. The satellites' range covers India and a separation of 1,500 km from India's fringes. A standard GPS incorporates 24 satellites. 

       A GPS framework with more satellites give exact situating data, in this manner GPS' 24 satellites offer inclusion of the whole planet. NavIC will have the option to pinpoint area to an expected precision of under 20 meters. 

       As per ISRO, NavIC will give two kinds of administrations - Standard Positioning Service (SPS) and Restricted Service (RS). The SPS will be for every one of the clients, though the RS will be an encoded administration given distinctly to approved clients. 

       NavIC-upheld Qualcomm chipsets will be Snapdragon 720G, 662 and 460. These new chipsets bolster WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 alongside quicker 4G speeds.

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