Digital GPS Anti-jam Receiver (DIGAR)

Industry-leading, advanced GPS anti-jam/anti-spoof antenna electronics. Designed to meet evolving threats for mission-critical needs of all airborne platforms – fixed-wing, rotary-wing and UAV.

Threats are evolving and adversaries are jamming GPS signals – jeopardizing critical mission effectiveness.

Collins Aerospace's next-generation of Digital GPS Anti-jam Receiver (DIGAR) technology offers you the best available airborne GPS jamming protection, now featuring two form factor options for legacy retrofit and forward fit applications.

Its 16 simultaneous steered beams provide airborne platforms with superior jamming immunity in the most severe GPS-challenged environments. 

DIGAR is built on field-proven GPS anti-jam weapons technology and state-of-the art signal processing techniques. As the premier military GPS and anti-jam provider for weapons, Collins now offers two form factors for this superior digital beamforming, anti-jam capability.

Features & benefits

  • Superior digital beamforming or nulling anti-jam
  • Up to 16 simultaneous beams for superior jamming immunity to 125+ dB J/S performance*
  • Two- to seven-element CRPA compatible
  • Simultaneous L1/L2 protection
  • Supports Y-Code and M-Code Anti-jam 
  • Supports STAP/SFAP beamforming
  • Two form factors: DIGAR-200 (218 cubic inches) or DIGAR-300 (75 cubic inches)
  • Supports retrofit AE-1/GAS-1/ADAP platforms

    *Beamsteering mode. Actual performance is classified.


Learn more about our Service Solutions

Whether you need a spare to keep your aircraft flying or would like enhanced functionality on an existing product, Collins Aerospace offers extensive parts and repair services to meet your mission requirements and keep your equipment operational. We can provide new or used parts, engineering services or tailored performance based programs to support your mission requirements.

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