Real-Time GNSS Signal Quality Monitoring

Spoofing/Jamming/Interference Detection

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GP-Cloud

GP-Cloud

Web application for true real-time GNSS signal quality monitoring, logging, and post-analysis. Processes data from GP-Probes or other sources of raw GNSS data.

Detects and classifies:
  • Spoofing
  • Jamming
  • Interference
Licenses:
  • Cloud-based
  • Self-hosted
GP-Cloud map
GP-Cloud user interface
GP-Probe
GP-Probe TGE-1 for GPS spoofing detection

GP-Probe

Three-channel GNSS probe with an embedded RF signal analyzer. The spatial signal analysis technology ensures protection against deliberate precision spoofing attacks.

  • Works in combination with the GP-Cloud
  • 3 GNSS channels & 60 MHz RF SA
  • PPS phase accuracy measurement
GP-Blocker

GP-Blocker

An RF switch with 110 dB of RF isolation level and an embedded L-band GNSS jammer. Designed to protect a GNSS time server against high-power/military-grade GNSS spoofing.

  • RS-485 with open API
  • GNSS divider included
  • 35mm @ 45mm size
GP-Simulator

GP-Simulator

Cost-effective SDR-based solution for GPS L1 spoofing test with live sky synchronization for a coherent scenario. The perfect solution for GNSS vulnerability test under live/lab conditions.

  • Coherent/non-coherent scenario
  • Flexible signal manipulation
  • Ettus Research SDR support
GNSS Spoofing Testing
GPS Jamming Device

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Industrial Applications

Financial Services

Based on MiFID II and SEC 613 regulation, financial service firms in Europe and the US must comply …

GPSPATRON helps to obtain the mandatory precision from GNSS in difficult jamming conditions, an inferior GNSS antenna placement, and even under spoofing ...

Data Centers

Data centers require sub-millisecond precision timestamping ...

DVB-T/T2

Digital broadcasting in Single Frequency Networks (SFN) mode like DVB-T/T2, T-DMB, DAB, or DRM requires ...

Airports

According to ICAO Annex 10 requirements, airports need to implement ...

Marine

GNSS is applied to diverse marine applications such as navigation, seafloor mapping ...

Railway

GNSS is utilized to track trains on low-density line networks. Automatic Train Control Systems use GNSS to ...

Dangerous Goods Transportation

Transportation of dangerous goods is one of the leading security applications ...

Power Systems

Time synchronization distortion of Phasor Measurement Units can lead to ...

Network RTK

GNSS RTK network is a critical part of many applications with precise, real-time positioning requirements ...

Autonomous Machines

The success of autonomous machines requires uncompromised accuracy and reliability of the GNSS...

Telecom

In telecom (3G, 4G, SATCOM, PMR, PSTN), GNSS is utilized for ...

Spectrum Monitoring

GPSPATRON can be utilized for interference monitoring for GNSS bands ...

Armed Forces

The armed forces actively use GNSS spoofing during exercises, operations, and to protect bases against drones ...

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F.A.Q.

Can the existing GNSS antenna be shared between a time server and a GP-Probe?
What is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous spoofing attacks?
Why does the GP-Probe require external PPS?
Can the GP-Cloud application be installed before the firewall?
Can the existing GNSS antenna be shared between a time server and a GP-Probe?

Yes, sure. You can use GP-Divider. It is a two-way RF power divider with a 10 mA current simulation. The current simulation is needed for the time server with the antenna preamplifier current measurement.

What is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous spoofing attacks?

In an asynchronous spoofing attack, the generated signal can differ from the original one in a variety of parameters like coordinates, time, etc. Synchronous spoofers generate a counterfeit signal that is identical to the genuine. On the other hand, asynchronous attacks are easy to detect due to a sharp shift in the parameters. Synchronous attacks are much more difficult to execute, but they allow attackers to unnoticeably shift time or coordinates. Learn more in our article.

Why does the GP-Probe require external PPS?

It is not a requirement at all. You can connect the PPS output of the time server to the PPS input of the GP-Probe and control the phase offset. It is an additional function of the system for controlling the health of the time server in real-time.

Can the GP-Cloud application be installed before the firewall?

Affirmative. The GP-Cloud can be supplied under different license types. You can use it in the cloud or install it on your own servers.

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