What is DGPS?
Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) provides differential corrections to a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver in order to improve accuracy.
DGPS corrections originate from a reference station at a known location.
The receivers in these reference stations can estimate errors in the GPS because they have an accurate knowledge of their own position.
The most common form of DGPS (used internationally for maritime navigation) operates in the MF Radiobeacon band (285-325 kHz).
AMNAS owned and Operated Three DGPS Stations.
Approving the Aids to Navigation franchise agreement between the Omani Government and Arabian Maritime & Navigation Aids Services LLC (AMNAS).
Al Ma’abela Industrial area
Block number 377
Street number 7767
Building Number 11525
P.O Box : 369 P.C : 122 Ma’abela
Sultanate of Oman.
Tel: +968 24462000, Fax: +968 24462010
E-mail: [email protected]