By comparing these two devices side by side, M 27 and M25 are almost identical. From the installation bracket, CPU, wiring, and interference head, M-27 is no different from its brother. Blinder is ready to use out of the box, including all necessary wiring, external speakers, CPU, and two GPS shielding heads.
Overall, the M27 is a high-quality and high-performance wifi blocker
M27 is suitable for small vehicles with a smaller appearance. M47 is used to cover weak points of small vehicles or protect large trucks or SUVs.
Installation is almost effortless. By becoming slightly familiar with automotive electronic devices, amateur installers can easily connect the device. All you need is a power supply and a ground wire. It is easy to wire the signal jammers head through a firewall through telephone type connectors, which are small enough to pass through the smallest hole. Then the rest is to install the GPS interceptor head. This is where it's a bit difficult.
The installation brackets are independent of each other, which means that each side of the jammer head is supported by separate brackets. For normal operation, the jammer head needs to be completely straight and level with the... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-30 11:46:18
Until recently, satellite navigation system outages in populated areas were a rare and sometimes sensational phenomenon that caught everyone's attention on social media and the news. Yet such incidents seem to be becoming the daily norm. With the invasion of the Kremlin region on the night of May 3, the era of "GPS failure" suddenly began (in every sense of the word). The public immediately blamed this on the machinations of "Bandra".
Drivers in central Moscow learn to fool GPS jammers
Then there were problems with car navigation and car-sharing services in the city centre. Russian intelligence quickly deployed "phone jammer" to jam GPS/GLONASS signals in the area, effectively jamming the guidance systems of any drone that tried to replicate its early May night adventure. Now, if you rely solely on your smartphone's navigation system, you might mistakenly think that a person is somewhere on the outskirts of Moscow.
The situation is expected to worsen as the Russian government is seriously considering giving large private and public companies the legal right to use electronic warfare systems to protect their facilities from drone attacks.
This means that in the near future,... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-28 11:45:05
Philadelphia (CBS) - What is a cell phone jammer? Why don't we all have one?
Dean Liptak, a Florida high school teacher turned professional wrestler, has had administrative and legal troubles recently. Imagine telling that person you forgot your science homework. Not for slapping a teen in desperate need of an attitude adjustment to the mat (although one can only imagine the fortitude it would take to not do it on a daily basis). Instead, he found a less aggressive but more illegal way to stop kids from checking their phones in class.
Liptak brings to schools cell phone jammer, radio frequency transmitters designed to block, jam or otherwise interfere with authorized radio communications. The device blocks cell phone signals and prevents teens from using their phones.
The problem is that it prevents everyone in the area from using their phones, including emergency responders. That's why you need to know that even though you can buy them on the Internet, federal law prohibits the marketing, sale, or use of jammers.
Mr Liptak is currently suspended without pay. He may need to find an easier job. Things like using pile drivers, choking bashes, and jumping brain damage to make a... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-27 11:44:42
Washington - After considering how combat might be conducted in many different environments, the U.S. Army is changing its approach to long-range electronic warfare, signals intelligence and cyber systems.
The U.S. Army will customize long-range jammer device for the European and Indo-Pacific theater
The Land Layer System-Brigade and Above Echelon (TLS-EAB) is intended for use by larger Army formations, including divisions and armies with thousands of troops and extensive firepower. The system is considered a key part of the service's "depth awareness" strategy - the ability to identify, monitor, target and engage adversaries from longer distances with greater precision.
Mark Kitz, head of the Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (PEO IEW&S), said the Army is "evolving our approach to acquisition," especially for flexibility. For example, the Indo-Pacific region, where the United States could come into conflict with China, and Europe, where the United States could come into conflict with Russia, have very different objectives and terrain.
"The Indo-Pacific Command looks very different from Africa, very different from anywhere," he... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-26 10:45:40
By Elisabeth Gosselin-Malo
Milan, Italy - Anti-drone weapons manufacturers say they are increasingly miniaturizing and simplifying their solutions to meet the growing demand for man-portable weapons as recent conflicts highlight the importance of mobile capabilities.
Portable counter-drone systems (C-UAS) have been around for some time, but their proliferation has accelerated in recent years amid the growing threat of weaponized commercial drones. In the 2019 C-UAS Database report compiled by Bard College's Center for Drone Research, 111 (21 percent) of the 537 market products analyzed were handheld solutions offered by more than 29 different countries.
Warren Brown, vice president of marketing at Fortem Technologies, explained that the purposes and ways in which these systems are used today have also changed over the past decade. "Historically, security details and protection for major events or critical infrastructure have been focused on fixed solutions. Recent conflicts in the Middle East and Ukraine have shifted the focus to 'mobile' systems that offer advanced radar detection capabilities, ease of deployment and portability, low overall operating costs, and low... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-25 11:36:31
According to a now public DHS assessment, small gps blocker, particularly "personal privacy devices" readily available on the Internet, pose one of the greatest risks to the nation's critical infrastructure.
Homeland Security report details privacy signal jammers risks
According to researchers at the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Infrastructure Threat and Risk Analysis Center (HITRAC), these devices, also known as PPDS, are among the three most likely causes of GPS outages. However, of these three scenarios, only the one involving multiple PPDS is considered the most likely to occur and the most likely to cause harm to industrial infrastructure operations.
The study authors evaluated the impact of different types of GPS interference after examining their possibilities. The more likely a certain type of disruption is to occur, the greater its potential impact, and the higher its overall risk.
To better understand what would happen if GPS signals were weakened or disrupted, the Department of Homeland Security took a closer look at how to integrate GPS into four of the 16 infrastructure sectors the agency considers critical to the nation. These four sectors -... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-24 11:59:23
At least 20 vehicles were targeted by burglars in the Lone Tree neighborhood
The burglars struck at 9:45 p.m. Sunday. Wearing clothing to conceal their identities, they fled in a stolen Kia Sportage that crashed into 20 unlocked cars believed to be easier to access.
The break-ins didn't seem to be widely known among residents, "I don't know what's going on." I have a private garage. So I don't know what's going on."
His residential area, Retreat, was hit as well as Cortland, opposite Park Meadows Drive. Douglas County Sheriff Darren Weekly said there was no specific reason for the location of the attack.
"Anywhere there's a lot of traffic. They're all potential targets for parking lots, whether it's an apartment complex parking lot, a light rail or a shopping mall."
Directly below the block is the RTD Lone Tree station, where two police officers suspected of being car thieves were first shot dead last year.
Douglas County residents are being warned to set car alarms and not to leave valuables in their vehicles.
Another resident at the retreat said: "I often worry about this happening to me, so I don't leave things in my car."
That night, the thieves appeared to target Honda and... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-23 11:25:57
I've heard that WiFi today is not a completely secure connection and can be hacked. I also heard there's a new camera on the market that I'm afraid will be discovered. Can I protect myself? The Dropcam HD WiFi security camera is a small webcam that works via USB. It offers HD quality video and night vision. It also supports two-way recording and DVR functions. By the way, the webcam is always on and can be accessed through an iPhone, web browser, or Android-based personal device. To prevent this type of private access, many companies now use WiFi jammers to block it.
The wifi blocker uses a private camera to take snapshots
If the Dropcam HD WiFi security camera can find you, it can't stop it from saving the captured data to a connected PC. It should also be noted that live webcam streaming video is streamed and encrypted via cloud services. However, this security camera uses a WiFi connection to connect to a mobile device, such as an iPhone or Android smartphone. The Dropcam HD WiFi security camera costs $149. If you choose to use DVR-style recording, you'll pay $9.95 per month. To prevent your videos from being transmitted to your personal mobile device via WiFi... More
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-20 11:09:27
Hello, everyone! Can anyone tell me that this Bluetooth SIG can actually use technology to track the location of many devices? Although Broadcom invented the new GNSS chip, the Bluetooth SIG(Special Interest Group) developed this new GNSS profile specifically for the exchange of GPS data. All devices that support Bluetooth 2.0 and later can use this profile to easily share GPS location information with other wave blocker device nearby via a nearby Bluetooth connection. What does it offer us? Let's see.
GPS jammers prevent location sharing
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-19 10:58:10
This jammer will work later to remove the signal and eventually they will disband on their own and later we will also cooperate with Telkom," Deni said at the Garut county government secretariat live, quoted from Antara on Monday.
How cell phone jammer work
Jammers work by sending radio frequency signals to the nearest BTS tower. The signal is basically on the same frequency as a cell phone, and strong enough to cover it.
The jammer signal and the cell phone signal eventually collide, and the process then causes a loss of communication between the cell phone and the base station.
Depending on the make and model, jammers come in different variants and capabilities. Common jammer devices block one of two cell phone frequencies, tricking the phone into thinking it doesn't have BTS service because it only receives one frequency.
Phone screens covered buy jammers may display the words "Out of service".
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However, a new technology version of the jammer can block multiple frequencies and even adjust to match the target frequency.
by perfectjammer on 2023-07-18 10:51:34