GPS Source receives security approval for DAGR device

April 11, 2017  - By 3 Comments

GPS Source has received Global Positioning Systems Directorate security approval for its family of Selective Availability Anti-spoofing Module (SAASM)-based Host Application Equipment (HAE).

GPS Source announced security approval for the Enhanced D3 (ED3) and Enhanced FLO-G (E-FLO-G) with integrated SAASM receivers. The ED3 and E-FLO-G are upgradeable versions of the popular DAGR Distributed Device (D3) and are capable of distributing SAASM today, and M-code protected GPS data when implemented.

Enhanced DAGR Distributed Device by GPS Source.

Enhanced DAGR Distributed Device by GPS Source.

GPS Sources’ family of PNT distribution products represents the most advanced, cost effective and comprehensive solution available on the market to support Department of Defense’s GPS modernization efforts. Moreover, the ED3 and the E-FLO-G bridge the gap between legacy systems deployed today and the C4ISR/EW architectures of the future.

“We understand the importance of designing products that comply with all GPS Directorate security requirements,” said Robert Horton, CEO of GPS Source. “This security approval makes it possible for the ED3 and E-FLO-G to be deployed by military forces without reservation. GPS Source is proud to be a key supplier of such important enablers to the warfighter and to be the provider of innovative military GPS solutions to our defense customers.”

“Integrating legacy equipment utilizing SAASM receivers with future equipment relying on M-code receivers is challenging,” Horton continued. “But through Independent Research and Development, GPS Source ensured the ED3 and E-FLO-G integrate appropriately with SAASM today and M-code in the future. These accomplishments exemplify the technology in development by GPS Source to sustain the equipment that warfighters will employ today and tomorrow.”

GPS Source has begun taking orders for the ED3 and GLI-FLO-G. Production will start mid-year. Questions about this technology can be directed to Kurt Williams, director of Sales and Marketing.

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3 Comments on "GPS Source receives security approval for DAGR device"

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  1. William K. says:

    A potentially very valuable device indeed. I would still like to see a small missile that would follow the spoofing signal to it’s source and have enough charge to remove the spoofing source equipment. Given the level of sophistication needed to spoof instead of jam, such a missile could be quite expensive to spoofers.

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