Understanding the Basic Process Behind CRPA Systems

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A few years ago, testing CRPA or Controlled Reception Pattern Antenna systems was far from reality. But now, various CRPA simulators are available to allow full testing of the antenna system, which offers government and even military services the option to further enhance their system’s configuration.

But to fully understand its full potential, one must understand the basic process behind it. So, here are some facts that you may want to know about CRPA:

How it works

CRPA systems are often used in a jammed setting and work as a way to alleviate the effects of it. Because of its several RF receptors, it receives signals at slightly various phases because of the spacing between each antenna element.

When attached to an AE or Antenna Electronic module, the CRPA can maximize the GPS signal while minimizing the jammers. To make it easier, the CRPA works in the same way as a noise-canceling headphone.

Anti-jam technology

Because of its specially-built system, the CRPA is often known as the classic solution to signal jamming. There are several anti-ham products on the market today, including Raytheon, Rockwell Collins, and NovAtel. Most of these devices are relatively small and uses L1 & L2 as part of its anti-jam features. It also uses true anti-spoofing and can detect the direction of both spoofers and signal jammers.

The anti-jam technology is often used in both military and non-military applications, depending on the requirements.

These are just some of the important things you should know about the CRPA. It’s imperative to use a simulator to better understand the basic concept behind the system so you’ll be able to use the technology properly. Look for a reliable supplier of high-quality GPS systems and related products to ensure the optimum performance of your system.