GPS uses at least four satellites to get the exact location of the vehicle. These satellites are not very strong, typically not more than 60-70 watts, depending on solar energy. Therefore, the vehicle tracking blocking signal does not require a large amount of power to cover the signal.

The interference of GPS signals requires very small interference energy to temporarily or completely block GPS signals. With more than 20,000 kilometers of earth’s surface, the circular GPS satellite has a relatively low launch power. Even a small GPS jammer can destroy signals within a radius of about 10 meters. That means GPS tracking is no longer possible with GPS tracking vehicles. The modification of the wifi jammer is called GPS spoofing. In this more complicated process, send a bad scrambler GPS signal to simulate the satellite signal to z. For example, drive an enemy vehicle, ship, or plane on the wrong road.