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)1 in the L1, L2, L5, E1BC, E5a, E5b, B1, B2 bands1 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 12, Ethernet x 12|
|Data protocols||NMEA, NTL binary|
|Up-Convertor RF output||1|
|Supply voltage||12…50 V DC, 24 V typical|
|Option 1||<8 W (All data interfaces and up-converter)|
|Option 23||<6 W (All data interfaces without up-converter)|
|Option 33||<5.5 W (RS422x1 only without up-converter)|
|Weight and size|
|Dimensions (L х W х H)||170 х 157.8 х 24.4 mm|
1The basic option GPS L1(C/A), GLONASS L1(C/A). Additional variants of the GNSS constellations and frequency bands upon request.
2Hardware ready only.
3Assembly option on request.