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MilitaryMicrowaveMathMurderMystery?

March 17, 2015
gpsjamming

Attention, we have them surrounded

I would like to ask the colonel how 1 watt transmitters are capable of jamming civilian GPS systems within a 300-mile area around the facility as happened accidentally in 1998? As radio/microwave power densities drop off with the square of the distance from the transmitter, my research shows using 5 watts show that would be impossible, and if true would warrant a Nobel Prize in Physics.
4000 watt Jammer: Range ~125 miles [1]
1000 watt Jammer: Range ~50 miles, [1]
20 Watt Jammer:    Range ~1 mile (located near airport) [2]
2 Watt Jammer:      Range ~82 feet (25 meters) [3]
Colonel’s 5 Watt Newport Antenna Jammer:  300 mile range???? He is not telling us something…
From the Colnel: “For the purposes of comparison, our 1­ watt transmitters deliver a fraction of the power of a 50,000 watt television transmitter in the area that beams around the clock.”
Newport Radiation Rev B

The Colonel & I appear to differ by a factor of 1,500,000,000 (Watts EIRP – me) / 17 (1 watt radars – Colonel) = 88,235,294!

Somebody is using Funnybook Physics and Mystery Math!

 

[2] http://www.wired.com/2010/02/car-thieves-use-gps-jammers-to-make-a-clean-getaway/

[3] http://www.thesignaljammer.com/products/Cell-%252b-GPS-PRO.html

Ask Dr. Hawking!

Dr. Hawking, what do you think about the fact the military can jam civilian aircraft from 300 miles away using only 5 watts of power.

From → Biology, Geophysics

One Comment
  1. scoobus permalink

    Bravo!

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