Chelton is pleased to attend this year’s Joint Navigation Conference, which takes place June 6-9 at the Town and Country Hotel in San Diego, California. The event, sponsored by the Military Division of the Institute of Navigation (ION), is the largest U.S. military positioning, navigation and weather conference of the year.

With the unprecedented growth of electromagnetic transmissions across the spectrum, especially from irregular forces and criminal groups over the past few months, jamming detection and protection equipment has never been more important to “see through the noise” and avoid intrusion. An efficient and reliable congestion-resistant system is absolutely essential for freedom of action and operational advantage.

Chelton will be showcasing its robust Anti-Jam GPS portfolio and the latest technology to ensure your platform can easily identify and eliminate threats, including the popular range of digital antenna control modules (DACUs) and a series of antennas with a controlled reception model (CRPA ) to name a few. With 20 years of battle-proven anti-jamming technology under its belt, Chelton prides itself on its ability to offer a complete end-to-end A-PNT solution with compatible antennas, processors and software, all individually tailored to each platform’s needs.

Our antenna experts and sales team will be available at booth 311 to answer all questions about jamming protection and guaranteed positioning, synchronization and navigation. Bonus for the event, we will also share our experience and heritage of Finding Directions!

When looking for a multi-channel PNT, trust the antenna experts.

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The publication, which Chelton will present at this year’s joint navigation conference, appeared for the first time in Manufacturing & Engineering.

Chelton Will Be Exhibiting at this Year’s Joint Navigation Conference

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