Reply to post: Re: How hard is the approximate localization of a 2.4GHz sender operating in or near an airport?

London Gatwick Airport reopens but drone chaos perps still not found

paulll

Re: How hard is the approximate localization of a 2.4GHz sender operating in or near an airport?

The SIM, in this instance, goes into a cellular data module on the drone, and is only extremely coarsely geolocatable by tower triangulation; it's not in a phone, it has no connection to a gps unit that it knows of, no back-channels, it's just a number on the network.

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