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BAE Systems, Northrop Grumman to Develop Anti-Jam ‘NAVWAR Sensors’ for the...

The U.S. is embarking on a development of a future Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver to better cope with hostile electronic attacks. Last week the Air Force awarded two contracts worth $47 million each to BAE Systems and Northrop grumman, for the development of ‘navigation warfare’ (NAVWAR) Sensor that could replace military GPS receivers used on aircraft and missiles.

Tomahawk Test Demonstrates Time-Critical Use

The U.S. Navy test launched the Tomahawk Block IV cruise missile during an operational test November 5, 2009 evaluating the missile's new anti-jam GPS...

GPS III Program

Among the advanced GPS capabilities developed by Boeing for the U.S.A.F Navstar GPS Wing the military, are 12 GPS Block IIF satellites , currently...

GPS Anti-Jam Receiver (AJR)

The Anti-jam GPS Receiver (AGR) designed by Raytheon supports the Tactical Tomahawk missile program. The system uses PPS (Y-code) GPS signals, operating on both...

Pseudolite – GPS Anti-Jamming Systems

Due to their cost and operating and design complexities, GPS/AJ receivers will not be deployed everywhere, but only in specific applications. To protect those...

GPS Anti-Jam Protection Techniques

The US Department of Defense constellation of Global Positioning System (GPS) Satellites has become a global utility currently used to provide position, velocity and...
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