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HERE Network Positioning API v2

Version: 2.1.1

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Positioning API accepts requests with radio network measurements and replies with corresponding location estimate. For more details and examples, see Developer's Guide. Cellular measurements are given in terms defined in 3GPP and 3GGP2 specifications, see the corresponsing documentation at
Breaking changes from v1:
JSON fields
altaccuracy, baselat, baselng, cellparams, pilotpower, pnoffset, powrx, rxlevel,
have been deprecated and replaced with
altAccuracy, baseLat, baseLng, cellParams, pilotPower, pnOffset, rss, rxLevel
Dependent parameters combined as a subobject.
CDMA, GSM, WCDMA, TD-SCDMA and LTE local identification parameters for serving cell moved under localId property.
GSM neighbor global ID: lac and cid for neighbor cell moved under globalIdentity property.

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