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July 18, 2014 - With miniature footprint of 6 mm², GINCAN is based on adaptive antenna concept used by military systems and will combat illegal GPS jammers. Device can be integrated into range of applications, including in-vehicle satellite navigation systems and cellular technology. GINCAN is suitable for protection of critical infrastructures which rely on GPS to provide positioning and timing.

Chemring Technology Solutions

Ordnance House, Blackhill Road, Holton Heath, Poole, Dorset, United Kingdom

Original Press Release

Chemring Technology Solutions Develops the World's First Miniaturised GPS Anti-jamming Technology

Press release date: July 14, 2014

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Chemring Technology Solutions [ http://www.chemringts.com has developed GINCAN - the world's first miniaturised GPS anti-jamming technology.

GINCAN [ http://www.gincan.com will combat illegal GPS jammers and is based on the adaptive antenna concept used by military systems. Chemring Technology Solutions has developed the smallest size, weight and lowest power solution available on the market today, with a chip footprint of only six millimetres-squared.

GINCAN's reduced size and weight will significantly cut power usage and cost, making it ideal for combatting the widespread problem of low powered GPS-jamming. GINCAN can be integrated into a range of applications, including in-vehicle satellite navigation systems, cellular technology and be used for the protection of the critical infrastructures which rely on GPS to provide positioning and timing.

GPS jammers have already been developed to interfere with the European Union's Galileo system, which will provide European satellite navigation independently from the Russian, USA and Chinese systems by 2019. Chemring Technology Solutions has anticipated this problem and its GPS anti-jamming technology will also support systems using Galileo.

Once the preserve of the military, there is now an increasing demand for GPS protection in the civilian market as illegal GPS jamming equipment becomes widely available on the Internet. The GBP1.5 million government-funded Sentinel project, designed to measure GPS jamming on UK roads, recorded more than 60 individual jamming incidents across six months at a single location. Such attacks could seriously impact industries, including maritime, aerospace, the emergency services and even stock market trading.

Martin Ward, Product Manager, Chemring Technology Solutions, said: "Many years of developing GPS protection technology for the military has enabled our research and development team to miniaturise anti-jamming technology. GINCAN can now be easily integrated in to a range of applications to provide effective protection against jamming devices."

"As we become increasingly reliant on GPS technology, and low-cost jammers are proliferating, so a potential time bomb is being created. Chemring Technology Solutions is now able to offer the answer to this problem with jammer protection at a reduced size, weight, power and cost footprint."

GINCAN is an export controlled product and subject to UK export restrictions.

About Chemring Technology Solutions http://www.chemringts.com 
Chemring Technology Solutions, based in Hampshire and Dorset, is the principal electronics research and development centre of Chemring Group. Comprising of Roke Manor Research Ltd and Chemring EOD Ltd, Chemring Technology Solutions is one of the UK's leading suppliers of innovative solutions, product development and contract R&D. With more than 400 patents, it has a heritage of pioneering developments in electronic sensors, networks and communications technology.

CONTACT:
For further information please contact:
James Horne
Chemring Technology Solutions
+44(0)1794-833000
james.horne@chemringts.com

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