Delivering the next generation of GNSS anti-jam and anti-spoof technology with DLR
Threats of jamming and spoofing are rapidly growing and impacting many industries and increasingly, civilian applications.
Addressing this issue, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany’s research centre for aeronautics and space, has developed new technology to protect applications from critical threats. However, in order to thoroughly and scientifically test its capabilities and prove performance, DLR needed a custom advanced multi-element GNSS simulation solution.
Find out how Spirent’s GSS9000 GNSS simulator is powering current and future development at DLR, enabling the success of many PNT applications through advanced CRPA testing and high-precision GNSS simulation.