NAVAIR tests GPS anti-jam antennas for use on small UAVs
from Inside GNSS
Recent tests of GPS anti-jam antennas on small unmanned aerial vehicles at a Naval Air Systems Command facility at Patuxent River, Md., showed encouraging results for preventing interruption of mission-critical data. From July 10-24, the Communications and GPS Navigation Program Office mounted a small antenna system on an Aerostar unmanned aircraft, then placed the small UAV in a room lined with signal-absorbent material at the FARM (Facilities for Antenna and RCS Measurements), where it was subjected to GPS jamming signals.
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