Mayflower Communications has launched NavGaurd 420, a high integrity Global Navigation Satellite System(GNSS) anti-jamming solution.
Jamming is a way to create interference within a network of communication as a distraction or a prevention. It basically prevents the receiver from receiving an intended signal. Now the problem with jamming is that in the region of jammers the intended radio communication becomes quite impossible.
Mayflower Communications has launched a high integrity GNSS anti-jamming solution – NavGaurd 420. It leverages operationally proven MAGNA GPS Anti-Jam solutions which have been integrated by multiple Government Agency platforms.
The device utilises a fully-integrated CRPA antenna with integrated AJ electronics, over a 4-channel network. The robust front-end handles high-power co-site signals and provides simultaneous (L1 and L2) GPS protection.
The NavGaurd 420 offers an affordable SWaP-C alternative over larger and more expensive existing anti-jam systems. It supports GPS protection requirements of the SWaP constrained small UAS and handheld UAS platforms.
The anti-jammer solution provides more than 40 dB of jamming suppression against multiple jammers and mitigates multiple CW, partial band, broadband, and pulsed jammers even under high dynamics. The device is well suited for small rotary wing platforms, dismounted operators, and ground combat vehicles.
- GNSS Bands : GPS L1, GPS L2
- CRPA : Yes
- Integrated Receiver : Yes
- Configuration : Controller + Antenna
- Suppression : 40 dB
- Noise figure :3.5 dB
- Operating Voltage : 28 V
- Power Consumption : 10 W
- Connectors : SMA – Male
- Applications : Military
- Operating Temperature : -40 to 85 Degree C
- Weight : 4 oz
- Dimension : 2.6”L x 2.6”W x 1.19”H