GPS jammers can prevent location sharing

GPS jammers can prevent location sharing

Hello everyone! Can anyone tell me that this bluetooth SIG can actually use some technology to track the location of many devices? Although Broadcom invented a new GNSS chip, the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group) developed this new profile of a global navigation satellite system specifically for the exchange of GPS data. All devices that support Bluetooth 2.0 and later can use this profile to easily share GPS location information with other nearby wave jammers through nearby Bluetooth connections. What can he bring us? We will take a look.

First of all, all bluetooth enabled devices can find your location via bluetooth, which improves indoor tracking. Second, in the future, portable devices might forget to use GPS for location tracking altogether. The third is probably the most interesting. You will see that the Bluetooth working radius is only a few meters. Imagine a situation where one of the GPS enabled devices is in the room and the other devices do not have GPS tracking capabilities. Even so, everyone has built in Bluetooth. They share the devices' GPS data so that criminals find out that all of those devices are currently in one room, not just GPS-enabled devices. This is a reverse split, do you know that?

The answer to your question is therefore of course yes. But in this case, you are not helpless. The cell phone jammer can prevent the Bluetooth SIG GNSS profile from being released by the GPS, thus preventing your Bluetooth device from being recognized and shared with other devices in the room.