Why Germany needs to focus on GPS jammers

US military experts said to maximum limit, near the field of American troops during closed exercises regional GPS signal, which means that a large number of domestic civil aviation flights were serious, this also shows that the exercise is "real" from the side, or not to make such a big sacrifice. The US military believes, in the fight against competitors, the country will likely have the ability to jam with GPS jammer technology, so ready to fight the worst, in the absence of GPS to help, show us the real power.

GPS denial becomes a major problem for American military planners. Peer countries, especially Russia, are already using GPS spoofing and jamming tactics to work near their own borders during various training events. We have discussed this situation extensively before and I would encourage you to read this article to understand how profoundly the loss of reliable global positioning system data can mean for the US and its allies during a wartime to be done to such a monumental one Hurdle to overcome.

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The US is actively developing GPS jamming technology

The Pentagon has mysteriously tested a technology that can block GPS in front of a large area, and it is likely that this ability will also be used in the Nellis testing and training area for this Red Flag 18-1. Visual contact and distance affect the way in which GPS users, especially other aircraft operating well outside of the training area, are affected.

The fact that the Department of Defense will conduct widespread GPS jamming operations during such a high-end exercise is further evidence of the magnitude of the threat these new electronic warfare tactics pose. It will be interesting to see if the USAF admits that the technology was actually used for the Red Flag after the exercise is complete, but given the fact that quite a number of position, navigation, and timing technologies ( PNT) Loss of GPS signal jammers during combat, advisories like these occurring during major military exercises are likely to become more and more normal in the years to come.

If what they're doing is jamming, then if you're getting timing information from a GPS receiver and your receiver is within range of the jammer, you will get the timing information from the jamming signal, so yes, but including the USAF _might_ the correct timing information in your jamming signal to reduce any side effects of your exercise ...

Jamming is a denial of service. If the transmission medium is flooded with a high level of noise, the digital signal processors cannot decode valid values ​​from the tape on which the carrier signal is transmitting. Authentic signatures are of no use if excessive noise overwhelms the entire signal.