GRIFFIN 1000 (Single Frequency)

GRIFFIN 1000 (Single Frequency)

GRIFFIN 1000 is fully automatic for unattended operation and remote access support. Detailed remote supervisory displays of real-time operational performance and spectral processing are also provided.

The GPS/GNSS-L1 signals are most commonly used by the lower cost consumer electronic products, typically providing basic precision positioning and timing services to the broader communities. Most of the global users GPS/GNSS-L1 signals are non critical, so, any temporary interruption to the GPS/GNSS navigation signal availability at either personal or business levels, is simply an inconvenience, which hopefully is relatively short lived.

However, there some GPS/GNSS-L1 users that are significantly more dependant on continuous L1 signal availability, for either “Safety of Life” (SOL), or, “High Commercial Value” (HCV) type missions.  These users would typically include;

  • Aviation airport GBAS / ADSB regional operations,
  • Emergency Services First Responders to Entertainment or Sporting precincts.
  • Marine Harbour Pilot DGPS systems
  • Critical suburban timing network for communications hubs
  • Power Grid Synchronisation Timing Networks deployed at Switch Yards.
  • Bulk Material Port and Container Terminal Operators
  • Mining Safety Systems associated with Machine Automation projects
  • Industrial Machine /Vehicle Automation Projects with heavy reliance on GNSS
  • Rail Network Positive Train Control
  • Many more..

It’s exactly these SOL/HCV users that the GRIFFIN-1000 was designed for. Providing cost effective RF Spectrum Management Tools that help to identify exactly where the RFI issues are arising from. So that the SOL/HCV user can quickly characterise the problem, apply immediate effective mitigation strategies, and then, eventually engage the appropriate law enforcement agency to solve the source RFI issue.

This section is under development. Please contact the GPSat Systems team for a more detailed overview.

Watch this space for specific use cases.