infiniDome has unveiled the GPSdome 2, a high-end solution tailored for defending small to medium tactical unmanned aerial vehicles as well as manned and unmanned ground vehicles.
The latest offering in infiniDome’s range of anti-jamming technologies, the GPSdome 2 is designed to provide protection of mission-critical assets in GPS-challenged environments in a more efficient and cost-effective manner than previously possible. The system has a small form factor (500g, 87 x 91 x 61.55mm) and minimal power consumption, increasing resiliency while prolonging mission time and providing a superior ROI.
According to infiniDome, the fully retrofit and completely standalone system is compatible with almost any off-the-shelf GNSS receiver on the market as well as standard active GNSS antennas, meaning that it can be integrated into existing GPS systems or into new product lines, manned or unmanned.
With sophisticated algorithms and a proprietary RFIC (chip), infiniDome’s GPSdome 2 analyzes the RF interferences in the environment, combines multiple antenna patterns to create and dynamically steer three nulls in the direction of any hostile signal. GPSdome 2 provides simultaneous dual frequency protection (GPS L1 + L2 or GPS L1 + GLONASS G1), creating up to three nulls, protecting from three jamming directions within each band in real time, making it ideal for PNT applications. The GPSdome 2 also provides the platform and its command and control with actionable, real time intelligence and analysis on GPS attacks it detects in the field.
“We are incredibly proud to present our latest solution for protecting small-medium UAVs and ground vehicles from GPS jamming,” said Omer Sharar, infiniDome’s CEO. “With disruptive C-SWaP benefits as well as dual frequency and multi-directional nulling capabilities, we’re sure our latest offering will hit the mark.”
The GPSdome 2 is a dual-use, non-ITAR device and comes with optional mil-spec compliance, and has been chosen by a leading Israeli defense contractor for integration with their platforms.