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GLONASS will be located in China, Kazakhstan and Belarus
Russia will soon place three stations of the differential correction and monitoring system (SDCM) of the GLONASS system in China, two in Kazakhstan and one in Belarus, RIA Novosti reports.
According to Grigory Stupak, Deputy General Director of OJSC Russian Space Systems (RKS), currently there are 19 stations of the GLONASS differential correction and monitoring system alone in Russia, which improve the accuracy of the navigation signal reception up to one meter. In addition, Russia has 4 SDKM stations abroad - three stations in Antarctica and one in Brazil.
SDCM are designed to provide a “centimeter” level of accuracy in determining coordinates in real time within a radius of up to 200 kilometers from reference stations, as well as to conduct operational integrity monitoring.
The Deputy Head of Roscosmos, Anatoly Shilov, said earlier that the accuracy of the GLONASS system in Russia could become less than one meter already in the 2014 year, when the “Luch” navigation signal correction system began to work in full. Thus, the positioning accuracy of the GLONASS and the American GPS will be approximately comparable.