Usually, employees’ mobile phones and tablets go online through wireless routers. They also use the company’s network bandwidth to download content, watch videos, shop online, play games, discuss and do other things that are not related to work. On the one hand, this behavior occupies the company’s LAN IP address, which can easily lead to IP address conflicts; on the other hand, it also occupies the bandwidth of the corporate network, which can easily lead to a decline in Internet speed and corporate network performance. At the same time, the network administrator cannot find the real-time LAN wireless router.
First, let us understand what GPS is and how GPS tracking works. GPS is currently managed by the United States Air Force and is a radio navigation system that uses a GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) network to use time data sent by dozens of satellites equipped with atomic clocks in space. Each satellite sends signals, and the earth’s GPS receivers use these signals to communicate its position. AOPA said that as the military added GPS jammers in training exercises, pilots were eager to equip their equipment with GPS navigation technology before the deadline and called on the FAA to recognize the problem. The ever-expanding flight safety risks. Pilots who flew into airspace during a four-day military exercise with GPS interference in early February described the impact on AOPA, from unclear notifications to unexpected flight routes. Although many GPS Jammers incidents are planned in multiple areas in the near future, AOPA is still not satisfied with FAA’s efforts to adopt solutions.
Occasional satellite failures may destroy these signals, but the more deliberate cause will be GPS interference. The GPS jamming device is plugged into the cigarette lighter port of the car and operates by emitting noise at the same frequency as the satellites. In this way, the GPS receiver cannot pick up satellite signals. Depending on the strength of the GPS blocker, it may cancel GPS reception for several kilometers or meters. Many operators sell other home automation and security equipment and services, from alarm systems to cameras and locks. However, when the mixer is introduced into the mixer, whether these devices and safety measures work properly is a question, especially when criminals become more familiar with this technology. These jammers can also disrupt industrial systems and receive a few blocks into the block unit with enough power. Therefore, it is conceivable that this type of tactics can not only be used by criminals, but can also be developed as a means of attack.