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Chinese Satellite Navigation System To Get New Homemade Missile-borne Anti-jamming Antenna
Chinese Satellite Navigation System To Get New Homemade Missile-borne Anti-jamming Antenna

China's domestic Beidou Navigation Satellite System will equipped with the new missile-borne anti-interference antenna developed by a Chinese defense technology firm, this year, local media reports.

"The domestically-built missile-borne anti-interference antenna is based on array signal processing technology, and will greatly help the country's People's Liberation Army (PLA) units counter the enemy's jamming efforts against  the BeiDou system in battle," Jin Zhongshu, deputy general manager of the Beijing Li Gong Navigation Technology Co, told Global Times on Thursday on the sidelines of the China Satellite Navigation Exhibition at the ongoing 9th China Satellite Navigation Conference (CSNC) in Harbin of Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province.

The antenna will allow PLA units to accurately navigate within 100 meters of the enemy's jamming device operating at one watt, whereas without the antenna, a range beyond 10 kilometers surrounding the jamming source could be severely affected, Jin explained. 

The Beijing-based firm is primarily engaged in the research and development of national defense-oriented BeiDou navigation-support products, and has been providing airborne anti-jamming antennas for the PLA, including for the carrier-based J-15 as well as for H-6 bomber jets.

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