A Survey and Analysis of the GNSS Spoofing Threat and Countermeasures

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Schmidt, Desmond
Radke, Kenneth
Camtepe, Seyit
Foo, Ernest
Ren, Michael
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2016
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Detection and prevention of global navigation satellite system (GNSS) "spoofing" attacks, or the broadcast of false global navigation satellite system services, has recently attracted much research interest. This survey aims to fill three gaps in the literature: first, to assess in detail the exact nature of threat scenarios posed by spoofing against the most commonly cited targets; second, to investigate the many practical impediments, often underplayed, to carrying out GNSS spoofing attacks in the field; and third, to survey and assess the effectiveness of a wide range of proposed defences against GNSS spoofing. Our conclusion lists promising areas of future research.

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ACM Computing Surveys

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48

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4

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Information and computing sciences

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Schmidt, D; Radke, K; Camtepe, S; Foo, E; Ren, M, A Survey and Analysis of the GNSS Spoofing Threat and Countermeasures, ACM Computing Surveys, 2016, 48 (4), pp. 64

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