Patented GPS Jamming and Spoofing Detection Embedded in Your Device
Detect and Defend
PNT systems are designed to provide accurate position and time while in uninterrupted or uncontested environments. However, while in these interrupted or contested environments, most PNT systems are unable to reliably provide position and time data because they are unable to recognized what is causing the disruption. BroadShield is a software library consisting of many patented algorithms designed to detect jamming and spoofing then immediately report the disruption to the PNT system. Leveraging this information enables the PNT system to take action to mitigate and protect from the jamming or spoofing.
Have trust in your products PNT solutions knowing that BroadShield algorithms have been
rigorously tested and field proven for over a decade. Our detection capabilities are regularly updated to
conform to new and emerging threats. Our software works with many commercially available GPS
receivers and runs on nearly any operating system. With the flexibility of converting our BroadShield
algorithms into most major programming languages, no product is out of the question.
We’ll work with you
Integrate our software into your product without requiring additional hardware. What is needed for integration?
1 ) A GPS receiver that can provide raw GPS NAV data to our software (our team will help to evaluate which receivers may be supported).
2 ) A processing unit to run the BroadShield algorithm
3 ) Integration support — work with our team to make it successful
Jamming and Spoofing Protection For GNSS Signals In Defense Applications
Get protection against GPS jamming and spoofing – ensuring continuity of mission-critical navigation, communication and radar systems.
Beyond GPS: A Multilayered Approach to Addressing PNT Vulnerabilities
This white paper discusses options for deploying a range of interlocking and overlapping solutions. In this multilayered vision, existing and emerging technologies can be used to minimize threats.
Resilient PNT: How to Detect, Protect and Prevent Disruption of GPS/GNSS/PNT Signals and Sources
In recent years, malicious threats have emerged that exposed the Achilles heel of GPS/GNSS: Its weak power and unencrypted signal format leave it vulnerable to jamming and spoofing. The loss of PNT information can result in rare but catastrophic events, crippling critical infrastructure that is necessary for our survival.
Resiliency in PNT: Cybersecurity
This white paper explores the basic steps for maintaining security using a network-connected time server and looks at different ways to achieve resiliency in PNT. As an example, we will start with our SecureSync® Time Server product line to demonstrate how to maintain security with this network-connected device.
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- GNSS Simulators
- Anomalies in the GPS Data
- Data inconsistencies
- Jumps in position and time