GNSS spoofing

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6 months 3 days ago #1288 by dynamics
GNSS spoofing was created by dynamics
How can I find out if any an aircraft use GNSS navigation system? Furthermore what is the "time shift" which is recognized as a likely symptom of GNSS spoofing?

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6 months 1 day ago - 6 months 1 day ago #1291 by Mark
Replied by Mark on topic GNSS spoofing
Do any of your aircraft use GPS as a position input to the FMS (Flight Management Systems)?
If so, you're using GNSS.

As far as "spoofing" goes, I would tend to think that this is a wartime issue where incorrect GPS information can misdirect aircraft and missiles.

FMS systems uses several position inputs. VOR/DME and IRS being two of them. GPS inputs are not required.

"If" a GPS signal was also being used (and being spoofed), a position comparison warning would alert the crew that something was wrong with the GPS. It is able to be deselected. If not..... a breaker can be pulled.
Last edit: 6 months 1 day ago by Mark.
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