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I’m a truck driver and I work with the delivery for the last 5 years. And recently my company has installed a GPS tracking device somewhere in my truck. I don’t know for sure, but I suppose that they use that company’s product.

The tracker is connected to the Internet. I need to know what will happen if I’ll try to use a GJ6 jammer? What data it will send when I turn the jammer off?

asked Dec 10 '12 at 06:33

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Hi there Mathew!

That’s quite a question. First of all we should mention that GJ6 blocks GPS, all its three channels. So, when your GJ6 jamming device is working you won’t be tracked with GPS system. The problem here is in that, that the device you’ve linked to also uses GPRS Internet connection, that is based on the 2G.

So, when you will turn the GJ6 signal blocker on, your tracker will send the notification about loosing satellite connection to the server, so you will disappear from the radar. But there are also some bad news. You can still be located thanks to the 2G connection of the tracker. In a matter of fact it will probably use cell tower triangulation technique to locate your truck. The results will be less accurate, that technique makes it possible to determine the location up to 100-50 meters, or 330-150 feet. But you’ll be still visible.

When you will turn the GJ6 on the device will reestablish its connection with GPS satellites and the data on your exact location to the servers. In that case Jammer-Store may recommend you to use another option. To be sure that your location will be a secret you should use the universal GSM/GPS jamming device. It will block both GPRS Internet connection and GPS navigation. That anti-tracking jammer will surely do the trick.

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answered Dec 10 '12 at 06:35

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