GNSS jamming and spoofing white paper

Busting the myths of GNSS interference and mitigation

A critical challenge faced by those relying on assured PNT (APNT) is threats to GNSS signals, particularly in military theatres. Also at risk are civilian operations such as the transportation of people and goods, industrial operations, communications and maintenance activities on land, in the air and at sea. 

Threats to GNSS signals fall into two broad categories: jamming and spoofing. While you may be aware of anti-jamming and anti-spoofing methods, understanding the different technologies and how they work together is complex. Harder still is trying to compare the performance of all these technologies.

Our white paper “Spoofed or Jammed? Busting the myths of GNSS interference and mitigation” provides an easy-to-read primer on GNSS jamming and spoofing with illustrations and in-depth sidebars that explain key terminology to boost your knowledge on this increasingly important topic.

What you will learn:

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What is the difference between jamming and spoofing?

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What are the different types of jamming and spoofing attacks?

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What technologies are used to mitigate jamming and spoofing?

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How is anti-jam performance measured?

Download your copy of the Spoofed or Jammed white paper