GPS jamming - Southeast USA - military exercise 1/16-1/24/20

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Boat Guy, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. Boat Guy

    Boat Guy Well-Known Member

    This came over the aviation channels....

    I contacted U.S. Coast Guard Navigation Center and made them aware and they are now going to send out the information to there Sector offices. But they could not direct me to any online notices. Perhaps the sector will post something. Until they do, be careful relying on GPS during these times.


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    GPS reception may be unavailable or unreliable over a large portion of the southeastern states and the Caribbean during offshore military exercises scheduled between January 16 and 24.


    https://www.faasafety.gov/files/notices/2020/Jan/CSG4_20-01_GPS_Flight_Advisory.pdf

    https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media...y-exercise?utm_source=ebrief&utm_medium=email
     
  2. Third Edition

    Third Edition Active Member

    357
    Apr 9, 2017
    NE Florida
    360 Sundancer 2002
    T-8.1L V-drives
    Thank you. Very relevant.
     
  3. Stee6043

    Stee6043 Well-Known Member

    Jun 1, 2015
    West Michigan
    1997 Sundancer 400
    7.4L Gassers
    That would be a bit of a bummer if you had planned a trip in unfamiliar waters during the outage. Break out the paper charts??? Yikes :)
     
  4. Todd320

    Todd320 Well-Known Member

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    Jul 21, 2016
    St. Petersburg, FL
    2007 Sea Ray 320DA
    Twin V-drive 5.7L 350 Horizon
    What about cars? The region for the 50’AGL overlaps land. If boats are affected at sea level, then cars too. Granted, most phones use a combination of gps, triangulation of cell towers, and known wifi hotspots, to determine location, but standard car gps would not. and what are we talking about, instead of 1 or 10’ accuracy you get 50, or 500, or just signal goes away?
     
  5. Boat Guy

    Boat Guy Well-Known Member

    This is informational only. I have no idea as to the accuracy of the specifics...I would caution anyone relying on GPS during these times to be aware of there surroundings.
     
  6. Gofirstclass

    Gofirstclass Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    Apr 20, 2010
    Tri Cities, WA
    1995 550 Sedan Bridge,
    2010 Boston Whaler 130 Super Sport,
    1981 Boston Whaler 130 Sport,
    CAT 3406C's, 580hp.
    I guess if you're driving be wary around sand bars and areas known for shoaling.

    Other bars are OK if they serve a good gin and tonic. :cool:
     
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  7. ENstig8or

    ENstig8or Active Member GOLD Sponsor

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    Jun 4, 2013
    New Jersey
    2003 Sea Ray 450 Express Bridge.....

    2016 Sea Ray 21 SPX BR
    Cummins 480CE (450)
    Mercruiser 4.3L (21 SPX)
    Geez, from NC all the way around Florida to Alabama. That's a huge area and if it does affect all GPS, there are going to be a lot of drivers heading to Florida and ending up in the mountains of Tennessee!
     
  8. techmitch

    techmitch Well-Known Member GOLD Sponsor

    May 1, 2008
    Chesapeake Bay, Middle River/Frog Mortar Creek MD.
    1999 270 DA
    Twin 4.3s W/Alpa I Gen II's
    Like the ones that don't know when to use to, too or two? LOL
     
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