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About Paul Crampton

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Paul Crampton has been involved with the GPS industry for 29 years. He provides engineering and sales support for all GNSS simulation products at Spirent Federal. He has a Bachelor of Science (Honors) in information technology from Leicester Polytechnic, now known as De Montfort University, in the UK.

Posts by Paul Crampton

First Fix: Don’t wait to update GPS Posted on 24 Jun 2020 in the GNSS & Opinions categories.

By Paul Crampton, Spirent Federal As we bid farewell to the last GPS-IIA satellite and read of delays to both the launch schedule for GPS III satellites and roll-out of the... Read more»

GPS disruption a full-fledged aviation problem Posted on 06 Mar 2017 in the Featured Stories & From the Magazine & Transportation categories.

Several jamming incidents in 2016 highlight the increasing reliance on GNSS by commercial aviation and vulnerabilities of PNT-dependent devices and systems to real-world GNSS threats. Notices to Airmen (NOTAMs) and... Read more»

Make it real: Developing a test framework for PNT systems and devices Posted on 01 Nov 2016 in the Featured Stories & From the Magazine & OEM categories.

Tests of the robustness of commercial GNSS devices against threats show that different receivers behave differently in the presence of the same threat vectors. A risk-assessment framework for PNT systems... Read more»