Russia, suspected of disrupting traffic in the Black Sea / System with military technology, used about 10,000 times. The "transmitter" would be in a palace
Russian authorities are using disruptive GPS satellite navigation technologies in the Crimean Peninsula's maritime corridor, according to a report by a non-governmental organization in the United States, C4ADS.
Russia, suspected of disrupting traffic in the Black Sea with military technology / About 10,000 cases detected. The "transmitter" would be in a palace
The technology would be integrated into Russia's "electronic warfare equipment", being generally used in the vicinity of "protected facilities" or "secret residences" on the Crimean peninsula.
According to C4ADS, the "transmitter" of this disturbance system would be positioned in a billion-dollar "palace" of the Black Sea, which would be owned by "officers" within the Federal Protection Service (SFP).
Cases of disturbance of maritime traffic came to the attention of C4ADS after the organization received a set of documents from a captain of a commercial vessel in connection with a race in the Black Sea, near the Kerci Strait, in Crimea, which connects with Azov Sea.
The captain had attached to the documentation an image with radar data: the GPS system indicated that the ship was not at sea, but "at an airport". & Nbsp;
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