BAE Systems' GPS rival Navsop uses radio signals to get your position
UK defense firm BAE Systems has come up with a positioning system that it says "could make GPS obsolete". It's called Navigation via Signals of Opportunity (Navsop) and uses the different signals that populate the airwaves -- including Wi-Fi, TV and mobile phone signals -- to calculate the user's location, down to within a few metres.
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