GPS jammers pose a threat to electronic warfare tactics
In China, it is reported that due to the adoption of Part 3 and Part 4 in Liuyang this year, the number of candidates from an intermediate and ten schools in Jinqiao has reached 1,439, surpassing the largest number of candidates in Liuyang, which is located in other regions. "This year, our school has also adjusted the surveillance accordingly." Zhang Dexi, the vice principal of the city's No. 3 Middle School, told reporters that new CCTV cameras have been installed in the third year of this year, covering all surveillance from the entrance examination to the final arrival.
The Pentagon has mysteriously tested a technology that can block GPS in front of a large area. This capability is likely to be used in the Nellis test and training area of the Red Flag 18-1. Visual contact and distance affect the way GPS users (especially other aircraft that operate well outside the training area) are affected. The fact that the Department of Defense will conduct extensive gps jammer operations in such high-end exercises further proves the seriousness of the threat posed by these new electronic warfare tactics. It is interesting that after the exercise is completed, does the US Air Force admit that the technology is actually used for the red flag, but given the considerable location, the loss of GPS signal jammers during navigation and timing technology (PNT) battles, in large military exercises Such consultations in China may become more common in the next few years.
Although the Ministry of Transport is working on a software solution, it can detect that a mobile phone is being used while driving, but there are still many problems that cannot identify whether a passenger or driver is using a mobile phone. Because of this restriction, the government has not enforced the use of technology, so it is hoped that individuals who have the technology for their own benefit or the company owns the technology can use the jammer with these devices installed on the fleet. Paul Atchley, a scientist at the University of Kansas, believes that these technologies are not enough, and many technologies will be able to solve the problem. He believes that the only feasible way is to change people's attitudes. But people's attitude is not so conscious, do not use mobile phones while driving. Therefore, jammers are necessary. You can also use a mobile phone shielding bag and put your phone in, so you can enjoy quiet driving, do smart things, and don't write or talk while driving, everyone will win.