By Omer Sharar, Co-Founder and CEO of infiniDome
 
Military operations around the world would surely like to back up every GNSS-based system with a $100,000 Cesium clock that has 1x10-14  stability, a $100,000 12-element CRPA antenna with a SAASM or M-Code receiver and a high-end INS with 0.01deg accuracy. Sadly, this is usually not a practical approach.
By Tony DiFlorio, Senior Sales Manager
 
The US military needed a time synchronization solution for critical reconnaissance data as part of an aircraft modernization program. To accurately receive sensor data, receivers on surveillance aircraft must stay on frequency and the recorded data must be time stamped for data center synchronization across the military communications network.
By Jon Sinden, Product Manager, Mobile Mission Systems
 
When considering GNSS security, maintaining the integrity of the signal provides protection against spoof attack that aim to fool the receiver’s perception location and time.
By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
While GPS is an indispensable tool for synchronizing military networks and navigating military vehicles, it is vulnerable to jamming and spoofing.