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Jamming to eliminate GPS signals in Seoul and surrounding areas


Electronic jammers play a very important role in modern warfare

  Signal stability is important for combat. Countries studying how to protect their own signal stability will find ways to affect signals from other countries. North Korea has developed a powerful jammer that, according to a report by the South Korean government, can jam GPS (Global Positioning System) satellite signals in a range of "more than 100 kilometers".

  The news agency said that a report submitted to the National Defense Committee of Congress this week included information about GPS jammers. The capital of South Korea is about 50km away from the border area, so such a large jammer may interfere with or eliminate the GPS signals in Seoul and surrounding areas. Cities and regions along the border are covered with military facilities and equipment, many of which use GPS satellite positioning signals.

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  The US military said that a sand vehicle of the Marine Corps may have shot down two Iranian drones in the Strait of Hormuz. Although LMADIS has all the advantages, it still has some blind spots. For example, it is relatively ineffective for fully autonomous UAVs. Interference is not useful if there is no communication at all. It will destroy large drones instead of destroying them.

And there may be friendly fire

  For example, a nearby American helicopter may find its communications cut off by RF explosive wings. Therefore, despite its recent success, LMADIS should be seen as the first phase of an ambitious project. The US Navy has entered the final stage of the development of the next-generation jammer (NGJ) pod, which will replace the ALQ-99 that has been used since the Vietnam War.

  The new electronic attack pod combines Raytheon's advanced electronic attack technology and combines powerful agile beam jamming technology with the latest electronic and electronic technology. The next air battle will be conducted on the electromagnetic spectrum, "the Navy told members of Congress in April, outlining the hardships of the next generation. Radiated power, more distribution and digitalization are the basis of waveform modulation, coherent countermeasure, broadband spectrum, clear spectrum output and open structure to solve these factors.

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