Jamming and spoofing

Jamming and spoofing

electronic spectrum

Adversaries of the US have noted the opportunity to disrupt U.S. forces through the spectrum, adopting high-tech methods to block access and jam or...

In GPS-denied environments, such as underground, in dense urban areas, and where GPS is jammed, warfighters need alternative location solutions. A new technology uses...

The US Army’s vision for 2028 focuses on preparing Soldiers for possible warfare with near-peer competitors, who have used electronic warfare to disrupt communications...
drones

A recent collaboration enhances counter-drone capabilities on tethered aerial vehicles (TAVs). Zenith AeroTech, a developer of heavy-lift tethered aerial vehicles, has partnered with DroneShield...

To navigate in electronic-warfare (EW) environments, armed forces need reliable and resilient GNSS/GPS positioning with anti-jam technology.  A new anti-jam technology for assured positioning, navigation...
counter gps jamming

The Israeli company infiniDome, developing security solutions against GPS jamming in drones, vehicles, and critical infrastructure, has accomplished another milestone on its way to...
Photo illus. Army Medicine Flickr

Accurate positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) is necessary for the functioning of many critical infrastructure sectors. Precision timing is particularly important and is primarily...
gps-denied zone

As a navigation and surveillance system, GPS utilizes signals from orbiting satellites, operating independently of internet or telephone reception and working anywhere on or...
nano drones

Details of a previously unknown drone project unveiled in a Pentagon document suggest that US Special Forces are acquiring small drones equipped with electronic...
electromagnetic spectrum, Photo illus. soldiers by US National Archives

Over the last several years, the US Army has worked to build up its electronic warfare capabilities, pursuing a broad campaign of development, and...

GPS may seem like everyday technology, but it depends on military systems that continue to evolve to meet defense needs. The US Department of...

A next-generation jammer will be mounted aboard a US leading aerial electronic attack platform.  The US Navy recently announced a $496 million contract with L3Harris...

Turkey made a big investment in improving its naval defenses in the last decade, increasing the number of warships and military vessels and relying...

US and allied GPS signals are under an increasing threat of enemy electronic warfare jamming attempts. A new US Air Force initiative addresses this...
drone

Drone delivery technologies are already here, and soon they will become an integral part of urban life in the smart city environment. Drone flights...

Military actions today depend on the effective use of the electromagnetic spectrum to surveil and assess the battlespace, to protect friendly forces and equipment,...
Photo illus. US DoD

Electronic warfare represents the ability to use the electromagnetic spectrum waves to either disrupt, intercept, or sabotage enemy electronic systems in offensive operations or...
photo illus. satellite by Pixabay

The U.S. Space Force has completed upgrades to the Global Position System’s ground segment that will allow it to partially use a new military...

The relatively small dimensions of drones make them ideal for deployment on vessels for various purposes. Russia has been developing deck-based vertical take-off and...

As the use of drones and surface-based robotic platforms proliferate on the battlefield, adversaries are looking for ways to spoof counter unmanned aerial systems...

The US military has been focusing more and more on information. In Afghanistan, the forces are increasingly interested in what the Taliban and the...

North Korea may embark on more aggressive jamming-related activities toward South Korea than in the past. North Korea has been developing a new GPS...

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