New GAJT Protects Against RF Interference and Jamming in Marine Environments

The GAJT-410MS from Hexagon-Novatel is the latest in GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT) that will provide interference mitigation and jammer direction-finding for advanced situational awareness in marine environments By DA Reporter / 04 Jun 2021

Hexagon-NovAtel have released the GAJT-410MS, the latest GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT) variant with low size, weight and power (SWaP) that will protect civilian and military operations from radio frequency (RF) interference and jamming. 

Interference mitigation and jammer direction-finding for advanced situational awareness ensure users acquire assured positioning, navigating and timing (PNT) while identifying and limiting risk from interference sources.

The GAJT-410MS provides dynamic protection on both GPS L1 and L2 bands, as well as Galileo E1, QZSS L1 and L2 and SBAS L1 to combat intentional and unintentional interference. If a vessel jams, the device’s direction-finding capabilities improve situational awareness to identify and locate the source of the jamming signals.

This commercial off-the-shelf, non-ITAR solution is easy to install or retrofit onto existing fleets, enabling assured PNT for continuous operations, cybersecurity and safe navigation at sea.

“Assured navigation and cybersecurity defenses are growing priorities for marine users as global threats from interference and jamming increase,” said Dr. David Russell, marine segment portfolio manager for Hexagon’s Autonomy & Positioning division. “The GAJT-410MS is an anti-jam solution protecting vessels from interference and jamming disruptions to ensure continuous operations wherever your application takes you.”

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