Ya, there is nothing wrong with a good ol' FAE Device, but even rockets and such are expensive. You could probably give some high school electronics student a few hundred bucks to build you a few GPS killers. Interference is really easy to generate, most EEs spend alot of time learning how not to generate it. If it was difficult to do you would spend less time in class learning how to avoid it. But, on the other hand there taint nuthin quite as purty as the poof from a FAE. Ya know, now that I think about it, I am glad that not a lot of people know what a FAE is. Let 'em stick with the good ol' fertilizer & diesel bombs. Its safer that way. On Tue, 13 Mar 101, Hunter wrote: > > > Well, I suppose that you could "white out" a GPS signal. That couldn't be > > a good thing. Now the question is how much will a terrorist group pay > > someone to build a few dozen "GPS killers"......... > > Wouldn't it be more time and money efficient to just build fuel-oil bombs > or to buy rocket launchers? I would have to say that based on past events, > most > terrorists aren't the technical type. > > Not that I'm saying it can't or won't happen. Just that there are far more > primative and effective methods of doing the same thing. > > -- > Steven Hunter | hunters@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > "HEY! Check out these crescent fresh skulls in my salad!" - Sifl & Olly > > --- Mike Taylor Coordinator of Systems Administration and Network Security Indiana State University. Rankin Hall Rm 039 210 N 7th St. Terre Haute, IN. Voice: 812-237-8843 47809 --- "You have zero privacy anyway. Get over it." --Scott McNealy, Sun MicroSystems.