If you spend enough time browsing eBay to break down interesting electronic gadgets, you’re sure to see suggestions for some questionable gadgets. This is how I recently became aware of these tiny gps jammer that plug directly into an automotive 12v socket. Delivered to your doorstep for less than $ 10, it seemed like a perfect device to rip open in the name of science. Perhaps you’re driving a haunted company car and want a quick two-hour nap in a parking lot, or you might want to turn off the car’s built-in GPS that you stole just long enough for you to take it to the car store. You know how to do it.
The high-power 5g signal jammer is a product developed according to the market demand and adopts special advanced technology. The principle is to isolate and convert the signal of the transmitter or instrument through the semiconductor device modulation edge, through the optical sensor or the magnetic sensor, and then demodulate it back to the original signal before isolation, and at the same time supply the power supply for the isolated signal Perform isolation processing to ensure absolute independence between the converted signal and power supply. Now you may be wondering what legitimate uses such a device could have. As far as I know there aren’t any. The only reason you’d want to interfere with GPS signals in and around a vehicle is when you’re trying to get away with something that you shouldn’t be doing.
Phantom Technologies, which has manufactured radio frequency interference products and solutions, tactical intelligence solutions, and counter-surveillance products for the past 15 years, this week announced a drone detection and blocking system called the Phantom Dome 180, which includes radar, thermal cameras, and a device system to disrupt communication. The same drones are often used to investigate and smuggle illegal goods. Phantom Technologies has developed a technological response to this type of threat. The operating concept of Phantom is based on the early detection of the drone threat by scanning the sky for enemy drones.