GPS Jamming and Spoofing Detection Sensor
Sense Signal Interference
BroadSense is a GPS jamming and spoofing detection sensor designed to provide real-time and historical situational awareness data. Utilizing sophisticated GNSS receivers and patented jamming and spoofing detection algorithms, BroadSense can detect when the GPS signal or GPS spectrum is compromised.
We Have History
An increased number of GPS jamming and spoofing attacks have been reported and documented over the past five years. You can rely on Orolia’s PNT solutions knowing that BroadSense algorithms have been rigorously tested and field-proven for over a decade. Our detection capabilities are regularly updated to conform to new and emerging threats.
High-quality software-defined radios (SDRs) are becoming more affordable, meaning that hardware capable of GPS jamming and spoofing are more available than ever. Open source projects have been found to turn these low-cost SDRs into GPS jammers and spoofers. It is more critical now than ever to ensure the necessary precautions are taken to protect your PNT systems.
GPS is used in nearly every Critical Infrastructure system that we depend on to maintain our way of life.
Power grid system
Cellular communication networks
Farming and agriculture
Nuclear reactors, materials, and waste
Without the ability to detect jamming or spoofing, these systems can become unreliable due to the incorrect reporting of time or position from the GPS receiver. BroadSense acts as a first line of defense to detect interference, data anomalies and inconsistencies, GPS simulators, jumps in position and time, and everything in between. BroadSense does not require RF calibrations due to the advanced RF front end (AGC, LNA, etc.) of the receiver, along with the implementation of our algorithms.
GPS L1 & L2 Detection
BroadSense Nano is the newest addition to ODS's BroadSense product line and the smallest Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) BroadSense ever built -making it extremely easy to integrate and operate.
Click below to watch a demo of a BroadSense Nano prototype.