We'll meet up for the regular PSAS meeting tonight in Lab 84 at 7pm in
the Engineering Building. When we all break to do our own thing, the
GPS group will relocate, probably to the little conference room with
the projector but maybe somewhere else if somebody else has a better

As a reminder to all, we will most likely find another time/place so
please do come tonight if you're interested and we'll figure
everything out.


On Tue, Aug 12, 2014 at 8:39 AM, Mike Conley <mike.con...@sun-up.com> wrote:
> When and where is the GPS talk?
> MIke
> Mike Conley
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: psas-team-boun...@lists.psas.pdx.edu
> [mailto:psas-team-boun...@lists.psas.pdx.edu] On Behalf Of Jenner Hanni
> Sent: Saturday, August 09, 2014 10:28 PM
> To: psas-avionics; psas-team
> Subject: [PSAS] GPS Study Group
> Hey all,
> Jamey Sharp and I are starting up GPS study group that will take place (at
> least at first) on Tuesday nights after the space news part of the meeting.
> We plan to meet every Tuesday from now through the end of November.
> You're all invited! Please join us at 7pm for the regular meeting this
> Tuesday, August 12th, and we'll kick things off. Jamey's going to give his
> GPS intro talk, "The 20,000km view: How GPS Works" which is summarized here:
> http://opensourcebridge.org/sessions/1342
> We promise no advanced math and no background in radio or signal processing
> is required to understand this talk.
> Thanks!
> Jenner
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