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The next-generation of deep-space GPS satellites has just reached a milestone -- but an even better, unjammable system is already available here on earth.

Last week Lockheed Martin crossed a milestone, finishing "thermal vacuum" tests for GPS III, a new class of satellites that will replace the aging craft in orbit around Earth. GPS III will introduce anti-jamming tech to address a serious threat to troops, drones and ships that rely on GPS for navigation and targeting.

The first satellite could launch in 2014, but a better option may already exist: BAE's Navigation via Signals of Opportunity (NAVSOP) doesn

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even this can't save apple maps.
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clever... trying to jam the GPS, only makes the GPS more accurate
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I'd wrap myself in aluminium foil and then dress a ghillie suit.

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With it looking for so many signals it will probably use up a lot of battery power

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