Taiwan-built space-based GPS receiver passes key tests
Taipei, March 11 (CNA) Taiwan's first locally made global positioning system (GPS) receiver for satellite missions has functioned normally and passed key environmental tests during nearly two months in space, raising hopes for Taiwan's home-grown satellite development program.
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