Collins Aerospace Systems has started taking orders for its new generation Miniature PLGR Engine M-Code GPS receiver set for 2020 production deliveries. The unit of United Technologies Corp. has said that this new receiver has the company’s recently certified Common GPS Module (CGM) and it is available in lowest Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) small Type II form factor.
The manufacturer has stated that the new MPE-M technology has 10 times stronger anti-jamming capabilities to directly acquire the GPS signals than Collins’ Miniature PLGR Engine-SAASM (MPE-S) GPS receiver. MPE-M has a capability to receive the current military Y-Code GPS signal as well as the newer Military Code (M-Code) signal. With the help of MPE-M, warfighters will be able to get improved security and exact positioning for all GPS signals.
Over the last few years, the GPS systems are commonly used in different systems of daily use due to which many services related to this niche have come into existence. Many supported GPS trackers have been highly used to help people navigate in different situations. The use of Rutela GPS Trackers available on www.gpswox.com/en/supported-gps-trackers/ruptela has become quite common as it provides a high-quality service for the users.
Collons Aerospace has said that the MPE-M is eligible for export to U.S allies with the help of Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program because of the security certification of MPE-M. Troy Brunk, one of the officials of Collins Aerospace said that the use of M-Code will give the US warfighters high mission effectiveness and safety because of the high reliability of the signal.