The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), also called NavIC- is an independent regional navigation satellite system developed by India.
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Almost all new smartphones launching this year at just about every budget will support NavIC.
NavIC is designed to provide accurate positioning in India and 1,500km around the Indian mainland.
Chinese smartphone brands Xiaomi and Realme said they will soon launch devices with NavIC support.
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These will also be the first platforms to officially support India's IRNSS NavIC GPS system.
NavIC-friendly chipset, manufactured by US chip manufacturer Qualcomm, provides accurate information to users in India.
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A new study has warned that signals from NavIC satellites may interfere with WiFi signals in receivers.
ISRO's IRNSS-1I satellite successfully put into orbit as part of India's NavIC satellite navigation system
he Rs 1,420 crore Indian satellite navigation system NavIC consists of nine satellites — seven in orbit and two as substitutes.
The IRNSS-1I launch is scheduled for 4:04 AM on 12 April from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at the Sriharikota High Altitude Range.
The navigation payload of IRNSS-1L will transmit navigation service signals to the users. This payload will be operating in L5-band and S-band.
ISRO is working on the IRNSS-1I, a replacement satellite to complete India's navigation constellation
The satellite has been dubbed the IRNSS-1I, and will provide the same functionality that the IRNSS-1H would have.
ISRO will schedule its next launch mission after a committee studies the cause of its recent failure.
On August 31, the heat shield of PSLV's XL variant did not separate three minutes after crossing the atmosphere.
Once in space, the heat shield separates like a blooming flower with two petals, and deploys the satellite housed within into its intended orbit.
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Thursday’s failure is only the first one involving a PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) in 24 years.
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The launch will take place from the second launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota, on 31 August at 18:59 Hrs.
The Indian space agency said NavIC is also used for other applications like location-based services, survey and alignment, time synchronised services
The launch is scheduled to take place on 31 August at 18:59 Hrs from SDSC SHAR (Satish Dhawan Space Centre).