Tag Archives: M-code

Space Force Starts to Lend M-Code GPS Receivers to US Allies via Multinational Arrangement

Space Force M-Code

The U.S. Space Force is allowing the loan of precise positioning service receiver cards for use in military GPS capability testing work in partner nations as part of a three-year multinational initiative established by USSF's Space and Missile Systems Center. Project Arrangement took effect when Canada co-signed the document in December and the Canadian government received the initial M-code PSS receivers last month, USSF said Thursday.

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GAO: Program Delays Prevent DOD From Rolling Out Jam-Resistant GPS Tech

Counterspace Weapons

A Government Accountability Office (GAO) report has found that the Department of Defense (DOD) is yet to achieve widespread use of the “M-code” GPS technology due to limitations in satellite equipment to accommodate the jam-resistant capability. GAO said Tuesday that the DOD has seen delays in installing receiver equipment for satellites that will enable them to broadcast M-code signals.

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M-Code Early Use Signal Achieves Operational Acceptance

U.S. Space Force

The U.S. Space Force issued an operational acceptance certification for a military signal developed to equip warfighters with augmented anti-spoofing and anti-jamming capabilities. GPS Military-Code Early Use underwent a series of tests at master control stations at Vandenberg Air Force Base and Schriever AFB to achieve the certification, USSF said.

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Mark Glover: Navy Considers M-Code, GPS-Inertial Navigation Combo to Counter GPS Jamming Threats

A Navy official has detailed the service branch’s plans for new positioning, navigation and timing platforms to counter threats posed by GPS jammers in an interview with C4ISR & Networks published Wednesday. Capt. Mark Glover, program manager for the Navy’s Communications and GPS Navigation Program Office, told the publication the Navy’s PMW/A-170 has …

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