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As the threat of GPS/GNSS electronic warfare becomes more real and significant, military platforms need to be protected from mission failure. With the introduction of GPS/GNSS* jammers, these jammers are used to send out powerful signals to jam threat signals. Originally known as “bomb jammers,” these devices were used by the Army/Bomb Disposal Team to deter adversaries from triggering bombs in military convoys or to interfere with suspected devices inspected by EOD technicians

During military missions, whether fighter jets, helicopters, missiles, surface ships or armored vehicles, pilots and aircrews need to have ongoing, trusted data. But on the battlefield, electronic warfare has become a serious threat to mission success, as GPS/GNSS jammers are now particularly readily available. For less than 100 euros, anyone can buy a jammer on the internet with a performance level sufficient to deny civilian applications within a 50km radius.

Anti-jamming Highly effective in the most challenging military environments, capable of handling all types of threat scenarios from multiple low-cost jammers to high-power ground jammers including multiple precision and airborne jammers.

By combining the signals from the unique antenna configuration into the antenna electronics unit, military signal jammer or spoofers can be detected and their effects removed to maintain the continuity of GPS/GNSS information.

By installing Thales' anti-jamming solutions on their platforms, military end users can rely on their GPS/GNSS signals and successfully complete their missions.



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