Mercury Systems Inc. announced it received a $2.9 million follow-on order from a leading electronics manufacturer for state-of-the-art GPS Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Modules (SAASM) devices for an undisclosed application.
The FCC’s meeting last week focused on space-related items, including approval of four satellite constellations proposed for broadband internet or IoT services, as well as officially allowing users in the U.S. to tap into signals from Europe’s Galileo satellite navigation system.
The new BlueSky™ GNSS Firewall from Microsemi Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Microchip Technology Inc., enables critical infrastructure providers to harden the security of their operations from GPS threats and deliver a more reliable and secure service.
Since its launch in 2017, the R&S SMW200A has been the world’s first and only general purpose vector signal generator that can be turned into a high-end GNSS simulator and is able to internally simulate complex interference environments in parallel with GNSS signals.
Skyworks introduced two GNSS LNA front-end modules — the SKY65933-11 and SKY65943-11 — designed for IoT applications such as smartwatches, action cameras, drones, asset trackers and personal navigation devices.
Mercury Systems Inc. announced it received a $17 million order from a leading defense prime contractor for GPS Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Modules (SAASM) for a precision guided munitions application.
RF co-site interference has become a major issue with the proliferation of antennas, particularly in dense urban areas. This paper offers a practical perspective for those using or specifying new RF wireless systems about what RF co-site interference is, where it comes from, and some of the most common techniques and tools that are available in today’s market to solve these RF co-site interference problems.