Markus Irsigler Product Manager GNSS Dr. Markus Irsigler received his diploma in Geodesy and Geomatics from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, and a doctoral degree from the Bundeswehr University Munich. He joined Rohde & Schwarz in 2012, where he has been working as a product manager ever since. He is involved in product planning, product management and marketing activities for R&S’s signal generators with a special focus on GNSS test solutions.
Sebastian Kehl-Waas Application Engineer Sebastian Kehl-Waas received his Master’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Munich in 2017. He works as an application engineer for signal generators since he joined Rohde & Schwarz in 2018. He is involved in application development and application support activities with a special focus on Radar and GNSS test solutions.

Testing Adaptive Antenna Arrays for GNSS Receivers

In partnership with Rohde & Schwarz

Webinar Overview 

GNSS signals are generally weak, which makes them vulnerable to many types of jamming attacks. As the signal structure of most GNSS signals is well known and documented, false GNSS signals can be generated and transmitted by an attacker. These spoofing attacks typically cause a GNSS receiver to compute an incorrect position and timing information; making navigation practically useless.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Types of GNSS threats to consider when working with GNSS signals
  • How such threats can the detected and mitigated
  • How multi-antenna GNSS receivers can be used to detect and mitigate multipath as well as jamming and spoofing attacks

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