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F-15 Eagle Fighters Get Enhanced GPS Tech

BAE Systems is receiving a $13 million contract for an advanced Global Positioning System (GPS) to protect U.S. F-15E aircraft from signal jamming and spoofing. Bae’s Digital GPS Anti-jam Receiver (DIGAR) will ensure the reliability of military GPS for aircraft operating in challenging signal environments.

DIGAR’s advanced antenna electronics, high-performance signal processing, and digital beamforming that combines 16 steered beams for better GPS signal reception and superior jamming immunity is critical for high-speed aircraft in battlespace. DIGAR also provides advanced GPS capabilities for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance aircraft and multiple uncrewed aerial vehicles.

For more information, visit: https://www.baesystems.com/product/gps-products.

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