Next-Generation GPS Anti-Jam Technology for Land and Marine Platforms

The GAJT-710 product line from Hexagon | NovAtel includes new jammer direction-finding capabilities to enable situational awareness, enhanced anti-jam GNSS tracking performance, and a silent mode feature that reduces its thermal signature By DA Reporter / 07 Oct 2021

Hexagon | NovAtel has updated its GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT) portfolio with the introduction of the new GAJT-710 product line.

The GAJT-710 product line is the next evolution of NovAtel’s battle-proven anti-jam technology for land and marine platforms. The new jammer direction-finding capability of GAJT enables situational awareness and a new silent mode feature reduces its thermal signature. These improvements, including enhanced Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) tracking performance, are achieved while maintaining the same form and fit of the previous generation product.

GAJT units are deployed worldwide, providing anti-jam protection on land, at sea and in the air. Across these environments, GAJT protects GNSS navigation and precise timing receivers from the threat of intentional jamming and unintentional interference. Allied forces rely on GAJT to reliably provide Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (APNT) in any scenario.

“NovAtel has proven itself as a leader for APNT through our GAJT portfolio,” said Steve Duncombe, executive vice president of aerospace and defense at Hexagon’s Autonomy & Positioning division. 

“The new GAJT-710 builds on that success by providing new features combined with existing mission-proven technology to continue providing evolutionary APNT capabilities for the warfighter, national infrastructure and other mission-critical applications.”

The GAJT-710 product line is available for land vehicles, marine vessels, positioning networks and timing infrastructure.

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