Radar detection with Linux
Posted Dec 23, 2010 23:37 UTC (Thu) by gdt
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Whilst it could, that's also an action for which your nation's equivalent of a "radio inspector" can find before breakfast and for which his manager would think was time well spent.
A covert-like jamming would be taken very seriously. The matter would likely be referred to your nation's air force. Finding a few radar pulses in the RF environment is a typical "electronic warfare" task.
I doubt a judge would think that anything less than a custodial sentence was appropriate.
If you were stupid enough to attempt this in one of the world's trouble spots you could expect incoming ordnance followed by a special forces operation to recover the hardware and people concerned with this previously-unrecorded EW device. Neither hardware nor people would likely be seen in public again. On the plus side, you'd get a NATO weapons designator :-)
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