Us: The US Air Force GPS Next Generation Operational Control System, also known as GPS OCX, supports the launch of the first modernized GPS satellite in space. Now the GPS OCX will move the GPS orbit to its final orbit, which is the process of performing a ground control system for 10 days.
"The GPS OCX Block 0 launch and checkout system is based on the improved accuracy, navigation and timing of the entire constellation." Dave Waggras, Raytheon Information, Information and Services Governor. "And we will benefit from an unprecedented level of cyber security."
The fully modernized GPS OCX Block 0 launch and checkout system enables the introduction of new civil signals, enhanced military signals and anti-jam capabilities to support the launch of future GPS III satellites.
Ground systems have achieved the highest level of cyber security protection in all defense space systems, and new features and signals are available through an open architecture to ensure continued protection against future cyber threats.
In addition to the role of the GPS OCX, RGNext, a joint venture between Raytheon and General Dynamics IT, provided operational launch support to ensure safe launch of Falcon 9 rockets with GPS III satellites. RGNext operates the launch range on behalf of the US Air Force to provide maintenance, cabin safety, weather observation, communications and surveillance assistance for all fires conducted by defense, civil and commercial companies.