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Unscrupulous Uber drivers are adopting modern techniques

Bear will endeavor to elucidate the complexities at hand. Initially, there arises the matter of what and how they are disrupting. Bear will presume that they are causing interference rather than engaging in hacking, as the latter entails an entirely distinct matter.

In the event that a human experiences a loss of network connection to Ubear while still maintaining phone, data service, and GPS connectivity, it is highly likely that the problem lies with the Ubear application. It is unwarranted to suspect that nearby drivers are causing this issue through jamming. When Ubear loses coverage, which is common in its mountainous habitat, no specific actions need to be taken to regain access to U/L. This appears to be a problem with the human's phone.

If human is being jammed, most off-the-shelf (all illegal) jammers are going to be broadband and omnidirectional. In fact, bear finds in a search that such devices advertise their broadband capability. So any driver using one is going to potentially take out not only cell service but also TV broadcast (which still uses the parts of the good ol' UHF band that haven't been sold to the cell providers) and possibly GPS, and maybe even local 2.4GHz services (wifi, bluetooth), within the range of cell phone jammers. These devices aren't exactly subtle and many of them have a stupid amount of broadcast power. Bear saw one device with 8W transmit; in comparison, bear's marine radio normally uses 1W, but if bear is about to drown (bear can swim quite well) and needs the Coast Guard to come from miles away to save bear, bear can kick it up to 25W which gives range of up to 60 miles (the Coast Guard has bigass antennae to receive).

Consequently, signal jammers will inadvertently disable their own capacity to receive any signal, ultimately disconnecting themselves from the network.

If you had a particularly sophisticated rideshare driver/jammer, they would deploy a network of directional jammers to yield a shaped jamming coverage that created a window for them to receive signal at these magical hotels, but block pings from going to outside drivers. Not impossible, radio stations have to shape their broadcast signals in order to avoid interference with surrounding markets. Just somewhat technically challenging for a rideshare driver with off-the-shelf equipment (bear did not see any directional antennae on the first few results in a Goggle search). This would be the type of thing that is going on in the Ukraine war with government-sponsored technicians.

Additionally, the designated period for a hotel's busy checkout time should ideally span approximately one hour. In a stationary setting, this duration is set at a minimum of 15 minutes. This timeframe is significantly longer than the duration in which the reckless driver, who was caught jamming a specific cell tower during his morning commute, would have been causing interference. If individuals are actively disrupting GPS signals, it is reasonable to assume that military entities might also become aware of such activities. Undoubtedly, any driver in Florida is always in close proximity to a Coast Guard resource.

It is possible, perhaps even plausible, that they possess a low-power device with a limited range of operation. They seem to be aware of the fact that the human takes daily naps in a specific location. Consequently, they position themselves in close proximity to the human, causing a brief disruption by jamming their device for a few seconds. Remarkably, the human's phone is of such poor quality that it is susceptible to this interference. Excellent! Now all they need to do is repeat this process with the numerous other ants patiently awaiting their turn, as they continue to drive around.

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Bear recommends that individuals keep another service active while taking a nap, such as Pandora. If Pandora does not experience any disruptions in the same way, it implies that the person is not encountering any interference (unless they are solely disrupting the GPS, which should not necessitate restarting their phone as mentioned).


The Bear possesses a test receiver capable of encompassing all bands ranging from FM to UHF, spanning approximately 75 to 900MHz. The Bear extends a warm invitation to humans to borrow this receiver! Simply adjust it to a TV band that corresponds to the human's local market and suppress the audio signal of the TV station. Once gps jammers is activated, its disruptive noise will overpower the squelch, providing the human with absolute certainty.

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