posted on Jan, 20 2011 @ 04:55 PM
WE are not talking small stuff here folks, one quarter of the United States getting GPS blocked is not some small test. What better place to do it as
well on our own system to see what happens to both the new satellite and the target satellite. That is why I think they are not disabling the GPS
satellite but only interferring with its signal.
If the above poster is right that means the two new satellites are blocking 3-6 GPS satellites at the same time, really who has that tech now? Do you
think our satellites are working together to form this blocking device. I understand cell phone blockers use radio waves, that is my background so
ofcourse I think of this first, are you saying GPS works on a different level to transmit data?
Thanks for the GPS problem so fast, wow, this is crazy. This should not have an effect on cell phone since they use a landbased LMU-E911 system based
off the tower locations.