[time-nuts] (OT) Looking for a paper from NAV01 (RIN International Conference on Navigation)
attila at kinali.ch
Mon Jan 4 16:02:48 EST 2016
On Sat, 2 Jan 2016 11:11:50 +0000
Philip Pemberton <lists at philpem.me.uk> wrote:
> I've even contacted the RIN, but -- from what they told me -- they don't
> archive their journals (that's under the remit of Cambridge University
> Press) or conference proceedings...
That's weird. The RIN website has an explicit conference proceedings download
They list there a special email address conference at rin.org.uk as contact
to ask for access. I don't know what their requirements are but if they
are anything like the Royal Society, then there is a good chance you'll
> This paper is on a commercial LF navigation system called "Datatrak"
> which I've been researching. I've got a MkII "Locator" receiver on my
> bench, and I'm trying to build a signal generator which will allow it to
> power on and locate itself (or rather decode the sythetic signals from
> the generator into a location).
Interesting. If you get access to the paper, i would be interested in
it as well.
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