Interference mitigation is achieved by applying digital null-steering algorithms to the signals, creating dynamic nulls in the antenna gain pattern to the direction of jammers. The system provides significant jamming protection even in dynamic multi-jammer scenarios both under narrowband and broadband interferences. Anti-jamming GNSS receivers are designated for the navigation data (positioning, velocity, time) determination using GNSS signals (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou)* in the L1, L2, L5, E1, E5a, E5b, B1, B2 bands* under intentional and unintentional interferences.
|GNSS||GPS L1(C/A), GLONASS L1(C/A)|
|Single jammer interference resistance||up to 90 dB (J/S)|
|Multiply jammers interference resistance||up to 82 dB (J/S)|
|Positioning accuracy (RMS)|
|Data interface||RS422 x 2, USB x 1, Ethernet x 1|
|Data protocols||NMEA, NTL binary|
|Power consumption||6.5 W|
|Supply voltage||7…50 V, 24 V typical|
|Option 1||6.5 W (All data interfaces and up-converter)|
|Option 2**||4.5 W (All data interfaces without up-converter)|
|Option 3**||4.0 W (RS422x1 only without up-converter)|
|Weight and size|
|Dimensions (L х W х H)||174 х 134.5 х 16 mm|
*The basic option GPS L1(C/A), GLONASS L1(C/A). Additional variants of the GNSS constellations and frequency bands upon request.
**Assembly option on request.