Question about Enfora Spider B3 Booster with GPS (CDP0102) Repeater
I don't think that would be legal unless something is type accepted by the FCC for the satellite frequencies that are involved. It probably wouldn't be a good idea if the public were to start "repeater" transmissions on the GPS satellite bands. They do that in Cellular ... and they even often have problems there with "repeater"s going into oscillation between the outside and inside antenna if installed incorrectly - which tears up cellular companies towers.
If there isn't anything made legally to do this, and you were to make something without FCC acceptance, then you'd become the offender and could end up wearing the same gps bracelet you're working on.
If ... the gps devices would take an external antenna, then you could run an outside antenna and jack that in for testing and activation.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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