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US DoD seeks GPS anti-jam system standardisation

10th December 2018 - 14:47 GMT | by Kate Martyr in London

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The US DoD is looking to develop an interface standard between GPS digital antenna electronics (DAE) and both current and future GPS receivers to promote flexibility and drive down costs when upgrading its aircraft's anti-jam systems.

In a Request for Information (RfI) released on 6 December, the DoD emphasised that they are particularly looking for companies to provide information on interface solutions capable of accommodating anti-jam systems and anticipated M-Code capable aircraft navigation architectures.

In addition, the DoD is looking into solutions for minimal aircraft and minimal aircraft weapon hardware and Operational Flight Programme changes.

The standardised interface should enable 

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Kate Martyr was the Land Domain reporter for Shephard Media during 2019.

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