A spoofing transmitter is typically identified because it is ground-based instead of space-based. (Drawing courtesy of GPSPATRON.)
Rarely do we have days without notice of deliberate GPS interference somewhere in the U.S., usually from the military. But that’s only one source of GPS errors.
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