BAE Systems Anti-Jam GPS antennas for a broad array of platforms at AUSA 2012 1810124

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AUSA 2012
Association of the United States Army

AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition
22 to 24 October 2012
Washington D.C., United States
 
BAE Systems Anti-Jam GPS Antennas at AUSA 2012
 
 
Thursday, October 18, 2012, 04:58 AM
 
BAE Systems Anti-Jam GPS antennas SAS for a broad array of platforms at AUSA 2012.
GPS jammers are readily available and capable of overpowering satellite signals, leaving your forces blind and vulnerable. BAE Systems and Mayflower Communications have combined their excellence in adaptive antenna electronics and antenna design into a small, flexible and robust GPS anti-jam antenna called Small Antenna System (SAS). SAS provides cost effective anti-jamming capability for a broad array of platforms including rotary wing, maritime and ground combat vehicles.
     
GPS jammers are readily available and capable of overpowering satellite signals, leaving your forces blind and vulnerable. BAE Systems and Mayflower Communications have combined their excellence in adaptive antenna electronics and antenna design into a small, flexible and robust GPS anti-jam antenna called Small Antenna System (SAS). SAS provides cost effective anti-jamming capability for a broad array of platforms including rotary wing, maritime and ground combat vehicles.
BAE Systems and Mayflower Communications have combined their excellence in adaptive antenna electronics and antenna design into a small, flexible and robust GPS anti-jam antenna called Small Antenna System (SAS).
     

Originally developed for UH-60 and AH-64 helicopters, its small size and rich feature set make it useful across a broad array of platforms.

In ground combat platforms, support platforms and fire support systems with integrated fire control systems it provides reliable and continuous position location information in GPS contested environments.

For helicopters, light aircraft and unmanned or autonomous platforms, it provides continuous GPS signals and is able to handle multiple, simultaneous jammers at different locations in a highly dynamic environment.

For Command and Control nodes with network management responsibilities or network timing dependent on GPS signals, it ensures that clean GPS timing signals are available when they are needed.

The system is a cost effective alternative to inertial navigation systems when systems must operate in GPS contested or denied environments. It provides the additional benefits of providing GPS time and assisting with co-site interference issues related to reconfiguration of operational platforms for new missions or the introduction of new capabilities. Finally, it can drive multiple GPS devices from a single antenna and provide all the benefits listed to all the devices it is connected to.

 

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