The signals of global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) can be affected by intentional or unintentional interference, known as jamming. This interference can cause systems based on or controlled by a GNSS to function with diminished capacity or to fail altogether. SAFIR technology makes it possible to automatically detect the sources of interference and characterize them, i.e. extract a source’s parameters. A source can thus be recognized easily in the future. Every source of interference detected is archived for further analysis or purposes of documentation. Findings based on archived data will be evaluated and presented in an automated manner.
→ Need for versatile and adaptable detection and characterization of sources of interference