The future electronics stand of jammers

The GPS signal jammer operates at the same frequency as the desired signal at the receiver and has the same frequency and signal strength. Therefore, if the jammer has sufficient power and a wide enough signal spectrum, it is possible to interfere all receivers into the base station. Another method is to scramble a copy of the expected signal and have the receiver receive the interfering signal instead of the expected signal.

The U.S. military now hopes that drone-based signal portable jammer will dominate the future of electronic warfare (EW) and shift to poorly understood and poorly regulated procurement methods. NextGov reports.

According to four U.S. officials, the Russian military blocked U.S. military drones flying over Syria, severely affecting U.S. military operations.

WiFi jammers are extremely destructive

A few weeks ago, after a series of suspicious chemical weapons attacks on civilians in rebel-controlled eastern Ghouta, officials said the Russians began to secure smaller U.S. drones. The Russians are worried that the U.S. forces will continue to attack and begin to block the GPS system of drones operating in the area .. Continue reading the original

However, wireless links are particularly vulnerable in another situation: intentional interference. Here, someone deliberately blocks the communication capacity of the link through a particularly effective attack on the link or series of links. Interference can be done for malicious purposes, for profit or to gain military advantage during wartime.

Children with small boxes or toolboxes can make and use jammers to disturb parents, schools, etc. Businesses can use jammers to disrupt competitors’ operations, slow down or slow down the corporate network, or prevent important data from reaching its destination. Financial institutions can scramble communications to provide even a millisecond advantage in completing transactions that can be used for profit. Military interference can cause drones to crash, interfere with tactical communications, and even block or modify GPS signals to confuse enemies.

The US government’s GPS agency has insisted that commercial airliners “maintain alternative navigation methods” to prevent terrorist attacks. “The government is issuing new GPS signals to make it more immune to interference,” the agency said.

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