Russia denies role in Israeli airport GPS jamming


Russia has denied Israeli suggestions that it is behind disruption of GPS signals at Israel's Ben Gurion airport. Since early June, GPS signals at the airport have been unreliable for pilots and planes using the location. The missing navigational data has had a "significant impact" on airport operations, said Israel's Airports Authority. Russia's ambassador to Israel said the accusation was "fake news" and could not be "taken seriously".
Russian sources call the report on Israel's Army Radio - saying its military in Syria operated a satellite signal jammer - 'fake news'; pilots around Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport have been losing satellite signals due to mysterious disturbances for the past three weeks

Signal that has been interfering with airplanes in Israeli airspace is detectable from space, appears to come from new deployment of Moscow’s electronic warfare systems
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