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Topic # 30807 22-Feb-2009 00:10
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i know you need a gps jammer that blocks, gps, gsm and cdma to block the signal from Amarda gps. what i need to know is what freq do these need to be??  can any1 help

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  Reply # 197208 22-Feb-2009 09:04
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Are you driving someone else's car woth a tracking device? If this is the case then perhaps the owner has a reason to have the tracking on. If it's a company car it could be security (virtual geo fencing) or logistics (determine best routes for jobs).

Also I am pretty sure communications jammers are illegal in New Zealand.




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  Reply # 197231 22-Feb-2009 10:59
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Jamming devices are illegal in NZ. If you managed to disable or disrupt the GPS tracking device - the tracking company will know about it and alert the owner of the vehicle. You will get caught out.

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  Reply # 197288 22-Feb-2009 15:40
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