The overall anti-jamming market for GPS was valued at USD 3.53 billion in 2017 and projected to reach USD 5.50 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 7.34% during the forecast period.
GPS was originally developed for military purposes and has proven to be essential for land, air, and sea navigation for the accurate positioning for a wide range of military applications. The military GPS/global navigation satellite system (GNSS) devices are highly recommended for applications related to force deployment, logistical support, and vehicle navigation—such as GPS-aided navigation systems for aircraft and unmanned vehicles, handheld receivers for soldiers, and navigational devices for vehicles. Signal jamming is a major threat to the military operations based on GPS. GPS jamming devices broadcast signals in the same frequency as used by satellite navigation, which results in false location information. It can also lead to the disruption of satellite transmissions. A few military applications, such ascontinue reading →