WiFi and Bluetooth jammers will block the signal from the tracking chip
I read that Broadcom will be making their new GPS tracking chip in the near future. So I'm curious if it can find the location more accurately and how to avoid this need. Broadcom recently announced its new GNSS position tracking chip called BCM4752. Its size is small enough to fit any type of smart phone or other mobile device, even twice the size of other similar chips. It also improves the working speed of signal sending and receiving, and has four satellite navigation constellation projects: GPS, GLONASS, QZSS (made in Japan) and SBAS (QZSS and SBAS both use the same frequency, GPS L1, L2 and L5 frequency bands).
Moreover, the Broadcom BCM4752 chip is already suitable for indoor location tracking. To operate it, use WLAN and Bluetooth wireless connections and NFC communication. All these frequency bands and GPS and other satellite navigation systems make this tracking chip an absolutely new player in the satellite tracking market. By the way, Broadcom may have started supplying manufacturers of mobile devices.
Want to know how to get rid of this powerful tracking? It won't be as easy as you hope, but it is possible. You can combine wave jammer, WiFi jammer and Bluetooth to block signal from Broadcom BCM4752 tracking chip. You must also interfere with the NFC signal. Only when all those radio signals are protected can you safely conduct this nifty hunt.