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Brochures: Ground Forces Assured PNT: Mission success solutions in GPS denied environments Orolia delivers a modular, scalable system with flexible design to integrate internal and external IMUs, internal clock and other
PNT sources for Mounted Resilient PNT. The system is GPS SAASM ready with a defined path for M-Code and Galileo PRS.
The flexibility of configuring inputs and outputs offers a unique and affordable advantage to meeting a broad range of PNT
requirements.
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Tuesday, October 8, 2019
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Brochures: Aviation Solutions Brochure Today, Orolia is shaping the future of aviation by offering a wide selection of search and rescue solutions compliant to latest standards for a variety of military and commercial aviation markets. pdf - 2 MB
Thursday, January 30, 2020
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Case Studies: Case Study - Using a Passive Anti-Jam Antenna to Combat GNSS Interference A customer with a major datacenter facility was experiencing issues with GNSS interference affecting its timing systems.  This case study describes the solution, using a low-cost anti-jam antenna. pdf - 753 KB
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
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Datasheets: 8230AJ GPS/GNSS Anti-Jam Outdoor Antenna The Model 8230AJ is a high gain (40 dB) GNSS outdoor antenna covering GPS L1, GLONASS L1, BeiDou B1, Galileo E1, and QZSS L1. Similar to our proven Model 8230, it uses a three-stage low noise amplifier, a mid-section SAW, and a tight pre-filter to protect against saturation by high level sub-harmonics and L-band signals. pdf - 292 KB
Thursday, August 2, 2018
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Product Manuals: Antenna Installation Guide, Model 8230 and 8320AJ Antenna Installation Guide, Model 8230 Outdoor GPS/GNSS Antenna, rev A. pdf - 138 KB
Sunday, September 1, 2013
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White Papers: Tech Brief Resiliency in PNT: GPS/GNSS Jamming and Spoofing Reliance on GNSS is now commonplace. However, all GNSS systems share a common vulnerability: their signals are very weak. GNSS satellites operate from Mid-Earth Orbit (MEO), approximately 20,000-25,000 km above the earth, to provide the best coverage and geometry for triangulation. As such, the transmitted signal is extremely weak upon arrival at the surface of the earth – so weak that it is weaker than the surrounding radio noise. Special signal processing techniques recover the GNSS signal from the background noise, but the weak signal strength at the user’s receivers makes GNSS navigation very susceptible to interference. pdf - 641 KB
Tuesday, July 2, 2019
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