The ECM component of Electronic Warfare (EW) is provided by vehicle based GPS jammer for radio communications which are fully equipped stand-alone jammers. These are versatile EW systems and cover the bands used for tactical radio communications on the battle field with wideband receivers connected to DF antennae for recognizing the direction of transmissions and directional antennae for jammers which are all controlled by operators.
Some believe that teaching kids not to use phones in class is simply a matter of teaching them respect. But when they see their parents using them at the dinner table, walking down the street and even driving, what are kids supposed to think?
Another area of EW where Shoghi has customized solutions, is the field of Area Protection jammer. The cell phone jammer form part of this portfolio which can be used for the protection of sensitive areas or important sites from coverage of satellite based navigation capabilities like GPS or other similar Satnav systems for providing security of anonymity of exact locations. Shoghi also caters for specific area jammers for various communication media like jamming of specific TV channels or VSAT transmissions, FM channels, satellite phone systems or cell phones.
The notification says that in order to guard against random proliferation of jammers as well as to ensure that they don’t unduly interfere with existing mobile-phone networks, a permission from secretary (security) in the cabinet secretariat has been made mandatory.
The Drive explains why the USAF is determined to use GPS spoofing and jamming technology but offers no insight into what a GPS blackout might mean for the millions of civilians who live in the Western region of the US. GPS denial is a becoming a huge issue for American military planners. Peer states, especially Russia, are already putting GPS spoofing and jamming tactics to work during various training events near their own borders. We have discussed this situation in great depth before, and I would suggest you read this article to understand just how deeply the loss of reliable global positioning system data can mean for the U.S. and its allies during a time of war, as well as what is being done to overcome such a monumental hurdle.