BroadSense GPS Jamming and Spoofing Detection Sensor
BroadSense is a GPS jamming and spoofing detection sensor designed to provide real-time and historical situational awareness data. Utilizing sophisticated GNSS receivers and patented jamming and spoofing detection algorithms, BroadSense can detect when the GPS signal or GPS spectrum is compromised.
– UAV Platforms
– Dismounted Warfighters
– Cell Towers
– GPS degraded or denied environments
– Advanced RF front end (AGC, LNA, etc.)
– No RF calibrations required
– Low Size, Weight and Power (SWaP)
BroadSense detects interference, data anomalies and inconsistencies, GPS simulators, jumps in position and time, and everything in between
Algorithms rigorously tested and field-proven for over a decade
Regularly updated to conform to new and emerging threats
Extremely easy to integrate and operate
An increased number of GPS jamming and spoofing attacks have been reported and documented in recent years. High-quality software-defined radios (SDRs) capable of GPS jamming and spoofing are more affordable than ever. Open-source projects have turned these low-cost SDRs into GPS jammers and spoofers. Without the ability to detect jamming or spoofing, PNT systems can be unreliable due to reporting errors from the GPS receiver. It is more critical now than ever to ensure the necessary precautions are taken to protect these systems.