The increased use GNSS for safety critical applications, requires constant monitoring of GNSS interferences. Especially, intentional interferences like Jamming or Spoofing are a serious problem.
Within the project RADIAL2017, a rotating synthetic aperture GNSS antenna is developed by IGASPIN and Blickwinkel, in order to detect and localize Jamming and Spoofing signals.
Based on the derived azimuth measurements, the position of the Jammers and Spoofers can be estimated. The demonstrator developed within the project, is the basis for a future self-standing GNSS monitoring solution.
This project is funded by the Austrian Promotion Agency (FFG) within the programme line "ASAP".