Cook said: “The UAV jammer was created to provide a more realistic local interference environment in which aircraft platforms and drones can evaluate their performance when the GPS signal drops.” “United States These environments are provided in other regions, and at the same time, by enabling it to directly enter the program locally and saving the cost of customers, it is not necessary to deal with the implementation of logistics costs in these places. ”
Since the beginning of the technology, it has been known that GPS can easily prevent phishing vulnerabilities. Although reports on threats faced by adversaries implementing GPS signal jamming technology are mainly concentrated in Russia, it is one of many countries that develop drone jamming and anti-spoofing technology.
According to reports, China equipped military vehicles with military GPS jammers in 2007, and North Korea has reportedly intercepted GPS signals from South Korean aircraft many times since 2010. Drone jammers work by sending their own signal on the same frequency as WiFi, which is a noisy signal, preventing it from receiving or transmitting useful information in the form of sound bursts or continuous waves.