GPS Jamming Circumvention Scheme
A method and apparatus for circumventing jamming of receivers for a global positioning system (GPS) include determining that a receiver is being jammed by a jamming signal not originating from the GPS. A first signal is transmitted from a portable unit including the receiver to a component of a second positioning system that is different from the GPS. A second signal is received from the second positioning system. The second signal includes data that indicates a position for the portable unit determined in the second positioning system based at least in part on the first signal.
Patent Status: U.S. patent(s) 7010262 issued.
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