Israel Aerospace Industries releases anti-jammer for ground GNSS systems

March 6, 2019  - By
Photo: Israel Aerospace Industries

Photo: Israel Aerospace Industries

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has unveiled ADA-O, a new version of its ADA system that prevents GNSS signals from being jammed.

ADA-O is designed for armored vehicles and other larger land and sea platforms. According to the company, it can be integrated with ease to protect navigation, telecommunications, command-and-control and other systems. The land platform can be readily integrated in a range of platforms, providing a unique operational response to helps telecom, navigation and C&C systems, the company added.

“ADA and its new derivative ADA-O for land platforms is an important complement for every platform that uses GNSS receivers in general — and GPS in particular — and a vital tool for every modern army,” said Boaz Levy, general manager and executive Vice President of IAI’s Systems, Missiles & Space Group. “Understanding the unique operational needs of land systems allowed us to perform the required modifications on IAI’s airborne anti-jam system so as to provide an advanced technological solution to the operational challenges facing the forces in the different platforms.

Israel Aerospace Industries delivers technologies and systems in for the air, space, land, naval, cyber, homeland security and ISR industries. IAI develops, produces and supports complete systems — from components, sensors and subsystems all the way to large-scale, fully-integrated systems of systems.

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