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A Basic Study on the Jamming Mechanisms and Characteristics against GPS/GNSS Based on Navigation Warfare
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A Basic Study on the Jamming Mechanisms and Characteristics against GPS/GNSS Based on Navigation Warfare
Ko, Kwang-Soob;
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 Abstract
It has been recognized that the risk from the vulnerability of GPS can lead to the extreme damage in the infrastructure of the civil and military in recent years. As an example, the intentional interference to GPS signal, named GPS jamming, was really performed to misguide GPS guided weapons during Iraq war in 2003, and the fact has also followed by the serious issues on GPS in civilian community. In the modernized military society, the navigation warfare(NAVWAR) based on the GPS jamming has been emerged and introduced as a military operation. The intentional interference to the future global navigation satellite system(GNSS) involving GPS must be also an important issue to civilian users in near future. This study is focused on the fundamental research prior to the research on "Potential principle of NAVWAR" under NAVWAR of the future warfare. In this paper, we would study on the investigation of NAVWAR based on electronic warfare(EW) and analyze characteristics of the jamming against GNSS`s receivers. Then the general mechanism on GNSS jamming is proposed.
 Keywords
GPS;GNSS;Jamming;Navigation warfare;Electronic Warfare;
 Language
English
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