GPS jammer is a high-tech device that can block GPS signals. It can send interference signals to override and jam the GPS radio waves. In that way, the communication and data transmission between the sender and receiver is not loner possible.

Please note that when you are talking about GPS jammers, we are not only pointing to the navigation system widely used in North America but also the Galileo in Europe, and GLONASS, which is the GPS in Russia, because our GPS jammers can block all of them. 

With this concept in mind, let’s dive into how you will be benefited from using them.

The benefits of GPS jammers

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The most reason people use a GPS jammer is for safety. If someone is tracking you, you can get rid of it with a GPS blocker. The criminals usually put a tracker on your car, which could be a very small lighter, a piece of a pen, a sticker, etc. You probably can’t tell there is a tracker in your car. Some criminals even cooperate with hackers to hack into your smartphone; as long as you carry a phone, they will know your real-time locations. All of these make it hard to escape from their surveillant eye. 

However, GPS tracking relies entirely on GPS signals, no matter how advanced the tracker is. So, a GPS jammer will kill them all. When you turn the jammer on, it will block all GPS signals, and the satellites can’t figure it out because the signal sent from them has been blocked by the jammer. 

Some people use the GPS jammer for economic reasons. Some car renters charge the fee base on the distance their customers have driven. They get the kilometer data from GPS monitoring. So, you get the idea? 

Things You Should Know Before Using a GPS Jammer

The GPS jammers are very easy to use. You don’t need to set up any complicated configurations. But you still have to be careful at some points.

Most signal jammers, including GPS jammers, come with multiple built-in functions. They usually not only block one signal frequency. For example, most of our GPS jammers can also block cell phone or Wi-Fi signals simultaneously. When you active the jammers, all signals will be gone. But the good news is our antennas come in a separate design, which means you can disable any function you don’t need by removing those antennas.

And believe me, you don’t want to use the GPS signal jammers near an airport. The GPS jammer will hugely affect the operation of the airport, and you will be in big trouble. So don’t risk yourself on this.