[time-nuts] "The GPS navigation is the weakest point,"
azelio.boriani at screen.it
Thu Dec 15 18:31:59 EST 2011
Of course, but then when you switch on your transmitter you are on your
own. Considering the speed of a drone (700Km/h?) you need a great coverage,
so much RF power out.
On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 12:22 AM, J. Forster <jfor at quikus.com> wrote:
> You could just have a GPS receiver and use that to sync up the jammer.
> > To transmit a GPS cluster signal you need a GPS simulator to generate
> > the cluster so even a single transmitter can do this, the relative
> > timing and not the different positions of the transmitters is what the
> > receiver sees.
> > When over-powering the real birds you just needs to be close enough in
> > timing, and it is the location of the target which is of interest.
> > If this scenario is true... then they have not done their home-work. I
> > would ask a number of critical questions already from my civilian
> > background.
> > Cheers,
> > Magnus
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