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GPS is a radio signal. Metals block radio signals. Aluminum is a metal.

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A GPS satellite emits a very precise and accurate time signal that the receiver can use to calculate it's distance from the satellite.

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GPS signal jammers are portable devices that literally means gadgets that stop a GPS tracking device from receiving the signal that without which they cannot pick up their position. They emit their own signal at the frequency that GPS tracking devices use, which confuses or blocks other GPS signals.

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Tall buildings, mountains, and other large objects, even highway overpasses, can interefere with or interrupt the GPS signal. A GPS receiver must have a clear

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transmit a jamming signal on its L1 and L2 carrier frequencies.

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There is no way to solve the problem. Because of the high power of the CB transmitter and the low power of the satellite signals, the CB signal clips the GPS receiver, and it can even damage your GPS. The CB and the GPS unit work on entirely different frequencies, to be sure, but the fact that a several watt transmitter of any kind is right on top of a GPS unit can hammer the GPS. There is no way to "limit" the radiated power of the CB (if you still want it to work) so that it won't affect the GPS.

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