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Mission

To provide cradle-to-grave support for navigation systems for Department of Defense (DoD) and non-DoD applications. 

Major Projects
  • Advanced Anti-Jam Adaptive Antenna/Receiver Systems
  • Advanced Digital Processing Solutions for Global Positioning System (GPS) Anti-jamming Capabilities
  • Advanced Receiver Development and Test (DAGR, DRM, MAGR 2000)
  • Advanced Signal Generation and Validation Test Tools
  • Airborne FORCEnet
  • Automated Celestial Navigation System
  • Communication, Navigation, Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS ATM)
  • Cryogenics Research and Development
  • Distributed Position Navigation and Timing (DPNT) and Frequency Synchronization
  • Foreign Comparative Testing
  • GPS Complementary and Alternative Navigation Systems
  • GPS Modernization Systems Engineering
  • GPS Receiver Application Module (GRAM) Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM) Certification Tools/Testing
  • Interference Detection and Location
  • Legacy GPS Replacement/Sustainment (JSSMO)
  • MEMS Ultra Sensitive Electro-optical Accelerometer
  • Navigation Nugget (PNT Sensor Fusion)
  • Navigation Warfare (Surveillance, Attack and Protection)
  • Network Centric Navigation Assistance (NCNA)
  • Wavelength Division Multiplexing Fiber-optic Antenna Link
Statistics
  • 5 branches
  • 89 employees
  • $30M annual revenues
  • Locations: Point Loma (Bayside) Campus, San Diego, California (CA); Old Town Campus, San Diego, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Georgia. 
  • Laboratories and facilities for navigation systems research, development, evaluation and test.  
Organization

 

 
Contacts
  • SSC Pacific Code 711 Division Head: (619) 553-6616
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Updated: 2/2/2011 7:23 PM EST   Published (1.0)