As the number of military platforms that rely on GNSS increases, so does the number of jamming devices, and the rapid development of jammers is forcing countries, especially those with electronic warfare, to either modify and modernize existing GNSS systems or develop new ones system to solve the growing interference problem.
The global military signal jammer market has restarted. Many platforms using traditional anti-jamming methods and algorithms will need to replace their legacy technology. Changes are already underway, with an acceleration from 2024, according to the study "Military GNSS Anti-jamming Systems - Market and Technology Forecasts to 2029". Until then, many platforms will run tests and pilot projects. Those who have already started testing will rule the new EW authority.
In the U.S. and Europe, greater emphasis has been placed on the precision of PNT data through the development of Assured PNT solutions, an area of evolving technical and operational strategies. The U.S. is stronger in developing APNT solutions and will make the technology available to European allies for laboratory and field testing from 2021. As tensions grow in the South China Sea, the United States is preparing a new suite of satellite, ground segment, and anti-jamming, APNT solutions for ground, air, and sea platforms. New solutions with anti-jamming and precision PNT capabilities to be integrated into more than 700 platforms
According to the "Military GNSS Anti-jamming Systems - Market and Technology Forecast to 2029" report provides a detailed analysis of the global military GNSS anti-jamming market over the next eight years and provides a market size forecast. Furthermore, it covers the key technologies and market trends of the industry and analyzes the factors influencing the demand of military GNSS anti-jamming systems.
The report found that the global GNSS anti-jamming market will grow from $2 billion in 2021 to $7.55 billion by 2029. Major growth in the market is expected to begin in 2026, when most of the new GNSS anti-jamming technology is deployed in GPS Operational Control Systems (OCX), Assured PNT, and M-code enabled antennas and receivers.
The report said The global military GNSS anti-jamming market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 20.36% during 2021-2029.
In terms of platforms, the space segment is expected to account for the largest share of global spending, followed by the user segment and ground control segment.
Among end-use munitions and airborne military GNSS anti-jamming systems, systems are expected to account for the major and second largest portion of spending over the forecast period.
The terrestrial military GNSS anti-jamming market will be a pioneer in the adoption of new GNSS anti-jamming technologies. It will serve as a test point for laboratory and field testing of military vehicles and handheld devices.
Growing countermeasures against intentional jamming and increased military activity in the South China Sea and Arctic Sea will increase the demand for GNSS anti-jamming systems for maritime military use