Guided-Bomb Makers Anticipate GPS Jammers

Defense News by Joe Gould WASHINGTON — The makers of precision-guided munitions no longer take for granted that simple GPS-guidance systems will always work on their own. Jammers and spoofing equipment threaten to populate future battlefields; manufacturers have taken...

Exelis upgrades and tests GPS threat detection technology

From Intelligent Aerospace Exelis engineers have enhanced the company’s Signal Sentry 1000, which detects and locates sources of intentional and unintentional interference to GPS signals, with sensors that increase detection accuracy to better pinpoint the jamming...

What if a Cybersecurity Attack Shut Down Our Ports?

By Lily Hay Newman in Slate It’s a real, and frightening, possibility. It’s easy to forget when you’re on dry land that 90 percent of the world’s goods are shipped on boats. While we worry about the cybersecurity of power grids and nuclear missile silos, most of us...

Jammers Used to Disrupt Global Supply Chain

Here is an advisory from US Customs and Border Protection that shows how jammers are confounding the efforts of yet another governmental agency. [big_button url=”https://rntfnd.org/wp-content/uploads/CPB-gps-jamming.pdf”]Read...