GPS Sources

Marmet, P. (2000). “The GPS and the Constant Velocity of Light.” Acta Scientiarum.

2000-The GPS and the Constant Velocity-Marmet1.pdf (231.1 KB)

Fliegel, H. F. and R. S. DiEsposti (1996). GPS and Relativity: An Engineering Overview. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Precise Time and Time Interval Systems and Applications Meeting.

1996-GPS and Relativity_ An Engineerin-Fliegel.pdf (574.4 KB)

Gezari, D. (2009). “Experimental Basis for Special Relativity in the Photon Sector.”

2009-Experimental Basis for Special Rel-Gezari.pdf (165.9 KB)

Wang, R. (2000). Re-examine the Two Principles of Special Relativity and the Sagnac Effect Using GPS’ Range Measurement Equation. IEEE 2000. Position Location and Navigation Symposium (Cat. No.00CH37062).

2009-Experimental Basis for Special Rel-Gezari.pdf (165.9 KB)

Saburi, Y., et al. (1976). “High-Precision Time Comparison via Satellite and Observed Discrepancy of Synchronization.” IEEE transactions on instrumentation and measurement IM-25(4): 473-477.

1976-High-Precision Time Comparison via-Saburi.pdf (1.0 MB)

Hafele, J. and R. Keating (1971). Performance and Results of Portable Clocks in Aircraft, US Naval Observatory.

1971-Performance and Results of Portabl-Hafele.pdf (1.2 MB)

Kelly, A. G. (1995). Time and the Speed of Light: A New Interpretation, Institution of Engineers of Ireland.

1995-Time and the Speed of Light_ A New-Kelly.pdf (997.1 KB)

Benish, R. “Relativity of Simultaneity, the Global Positioning System and Some Questions About Gravity.”

Benish-Relativity of Simultaneity, the Global.pdf (2.8 MB)

Gift, S. J. (2020). “Relative Simultaneity Does Not Exist.” Physics Essays 33(4): 515-518.

2020-Gift-Relative simultaneity does not exist.pdf (226.3 KB)