PROGRESS Project: Improving the Resilience of Satellite Ground Station Infrastructures

S. Schopferer, C. Michalski, M. Schimmerohn, N. Ribière-Tharaud, J.-C. Joly, A. Rouquand, S. Crabbe

Sep. 9, 2016

This report analyzes the FP7 project PROGRESS, which is designed to detect and mitigate attacks on ground infrastructure that supports European space systems, such as the GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite Systems).  It analyzes the threat posed by high-power electromagnetic environments (HPEM) and intentional electromagnetic interference (IEMI), and then recommends steps to help shield against these threats.

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