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Speaking up for GPS Users
Speaking up for GPS/GNSS Users
and helping to protect critical infrastructure worldwide.
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Protect the Frequencies – By preventing interference
Toughen Receivers – With readily available technology
Augment Services – With difficult to disrupt terrestrial signals
Much of the world depends upon satellite systems for precise navigation and timing services. These are exceptionally accurate and dependable, yet GPS/GNSS jamming, spoofing, and other forms of interference appear to be growing in frequency and severity. Neither are space systems immune to severe space weather or cyber-attack. This has the potential for devastating effects on our lives and economic activity.
From Our Blog
A National Resilient Timing Architecture should include delivery by fiber and RF along with space-based, according to the RNT Foundation. Image: RNT Foundation Blog Editor's Note: The author is president of the RNT Foundation. Special thanks to Dr. Pat Diamond...
Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: The author of the below article is President of the RNT Foundation. Europe awards seven contracts for alternative PNT demos October 13, 2021 - By Dana Goward A notice of award was posted Oct. 11 by the...
Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: Norway has long been beset by Russia jamming GPS in its far north. Now the government of Norway is doing some jamming of its own. But it's not jamming Russia. It is jamming at home. Two Norwegian press accounts below. One about...
Image: Shutterstock Blog Editor's Note: One of the first questions skeptics ask is "When GPS isn't available, why don't aircraft just use the backup network of terrestrial aviation nav beacons?" - These beacons are called "VORs" and "DMEs," by the way. Well, some...
Implementation of GPS Attacks on DJI Phantom 3 Standard Drone as a Security Vulnerability Test – IEEE Xplore
Image: DJI Phantom 3 from DJI.com Blog Editor's Note: These kinds of papers are published periodically. This one from October of last year is one of the most recent. We thought it would be a good follow-on to the item we posted several days ago about drones falling...
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