[time-nuts] The Demise of LORAN (was Re: Reference oscillator accuracy)
cfharris at erols.com
Sun Nov 15 16:51:21 UTC 2009
I guess the point you folks aren't getting is you can make a very
effective local GPS jammer that runs off of a 9V transistor radio battery,
and will last for several weeks. It can be done for a total cost of
a few bucks per jammer.... search the web, the designs are out there.
Toss the GPS jammers indiscriminately around the landscape, and you put
GPS out of business for a very low cost.
Mike Monett wrote:
> It should be easy to locate a jammer. Go to the area where the GPS
> signal is being jammed. Drive in some direction until the signal is
> regained. Repeat to find three locations where the signal is lost.
> Three points define a circle. The diameter tells the strength of the
> jamming signal. The center defines the location.
> Once you are near the center, ordinary DF techniques should quickly
> identify the source.
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