NovAtel announced that they have shipped several thousand units of their GPS Anti-Jam Technology (GAJT) product lines across the globe in 2020. Despite COVID-19, 2020 has proven to be one of NovAtel’s most successful years in protecting Position, Navigation and Timing (PNT) solutions from Cyber Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) for military and civil organizations.
Jamming and interference are growing threats, from a crowded RF spectrum to malicious jamming attempts. However, the GNSS market is responding with anti-jam technologies. Across the world, on land, in the air and at sea, NovAtel customers use GAJT to protect their GNSS (GPS & Galileo) navigation and precise timing receivers from intentional jamming and unintentional interference. The GAJT portfolio includes commercial off-the-shelf solutions with short order lead times for rapid deployment. The range of products can be readily integrated into new platforms or retrofitted into legacy fleets. More than just defense, GAJT enables users to be proactive against CEMA (Cyber and Electromagnetic Activities) using situation awareness technology to indicate the presence and direction of jamming signals.
“Jamming and interference are growing threats worldwide. GAJT protects our customers no matter where they operate,” said Steve Duncombe, Executive VP of Aerospace & Defense at NovAtel. “We’re proud to achieve this milestone during a challenging 2020 and will continue delivering assured positioning in our customers’ critical applications with extremely short delivery times.”
Trusted mission-ready electronic defense products are critical to success. The GAJT-710, its smaller counterpart GAJT-410 and the GAJT-AE variants are used since they reliably work to protect PNT against jamming and interference no matter the environment.