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Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam

 
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Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
A signal-jamming problem has left thousands of residents in the Blairgowrie, Randburg, area battling to work the remote control devices that operate their gates, garage doors, car alarms and security systems.

Residents remain mystified about the cause of the problem, which began on Tuesday and continued to "cause pandemonium" in the evening.

Community leader Bev Boswell, of Blairgowrie Residents Against Crime (Brac), said: "We have no idea what's causing this. We have people checking up, and it seems there could be a number of reasons for it.

"We started our investigations last night and had residents driving out to different points in the suburb to see where the problem is, and it appears to be scattered all over."

Boswell said that according to reports from residents, the signal jam appears to affect remote controls for electric gates, garage doors, security systems, garden beams and cars.

One resident said it appeared as though a new system had started transmitting at about 433MHz, the unlicensed frequency used for remote devices.

"It should not be used for burst communications and should not be constantly transmitting," the resident said, suggesting an inquiry into any new transmitter targeting Blairgowrie, a suburb of well over 3,000 households.

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BRIEF AND TO THE POINT

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Maybe there's going to be a big quake.
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What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.

The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.

When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.

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One resident said it appeared as though a new system had started transmitting at about 433MHz, the unlicensed frequency used for remote devices.
 Quoting: markusmaximus


WOW

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GAO RFID Inc recommends its 433MHz Active RFID Jumbo Tag.

This compact-sized tag contains an LED and a buzzer allowing a specific tag flash or beep to conveniently find tagged items or alert tag wearers. It is an ideal device for access control and tracking of assets or personnel.

This low-power consuming tag can be easily attached to any merchandise or equipment with a flat surface. It automatically wakes up on receiving a wake up command from an RFID reader or generator and transmits its ID and other information. A unique application of anti-collision algorithms allows the tag to receive all the tag data even in dense tag transmissions.
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Maybe there's going to be a big quake.
 Quoting: BRIEF AND TO THE POINT


Thats exactly what came to my mind. Or may be HAARP????
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Re: Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
One resident said it appeared as though a new system had started transmitting at about 433MHz, the unlicensed frequency used for remote devices.
 Quoting: markusmaximus


WOW

[link to www.bignews.biz]

GAO RFID Inc recommends its 433MHz Active RFID Jumbo Tag.

This compact-sized tag contains an LED and a buzzer allowing a specific tag flash or beep to conveniently find tagged items or alert tag wearers. It is an ideal device for access control and tracking of assets or personnel.

This low-power consuming tag can be easily attached to any merchandise or equipment with a flat surface. It automatically wakes up on receiving a wake up command from an RFID reader or generator and transmits its ID and other information. A unique application of anti-collision algorithms allows the tag to receive all the tag data even in dense tag transmissions.
 Quoting: markusmaximus


433Mhz is an RFID frequency...

Somebody there is using a signal powerful enough to disrupt normal remote communications, probably in order to track people or things...

The question is: WHO is using this signal???? Is the government beginning to track "assets" in the region using radio tracking devices???
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Im in europe but just out of interest ill check this freq now for any activity, give me a sec.
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Im in europe but just out of interest ill check this freq now for any activity, give me a sec.
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Sweet!
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bump
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Im in europe but just out of interest ill check this freq now for any activity, give me a sec.


Sweet!

Off topic, but very nice photos you have on your site OP ;) Back on topic, freaky frequencies... Gettin weird around here....
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Off topic, but very nice photos you have on your site OP ;) Back on topic, freaky frequencies... Gettin weird around here....
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Thank you! I wish I had more time to take pictures...I'll try to get some more up soon. :)
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Re: Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
just local criminals making their job easier, it's easy to hijack somebody when they have to leave their cars to open gates etc.
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just local criminals making their job easier, it's easy to hijack somebody when they have to leave their cars to open gates etc.
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could be

spock
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Lens flare
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Lens flare
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swamp gas
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The Zeta said there are many things they know are coming that they will not announce in ZetaTalk so the power elite does not have excuses prepared in advance.

This could the electro-magnetic effects of the tail of Planet X.

You could spend all day every day locating earth changes on the internet and still not find all of them, and this is during the cover up too! Why? Because the changes are getting so obvious and extreme that the cover-up artists simply cannot keep up or stop the stories from being reported.

A plant in the U.S. exploded today. Yet another gas leak explosion that is NEVER explained later, although many promise an explantion is coming.
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Re: Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
Lens flare


swamp gas
 Quoting: markusmaximus



weather balloon
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Re: Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
Cant find anything around there yet, certainly nothing strong here in the northwest UK.

Found a weakish signal at. 432.010mhz, just some kind of tone, no idea what it is, not unusual to hear noise like that

Found some radio chatter at 433.275mhz

Nothing else, apart from indistinct noise really, ill take a look at that 432 signal with some software when i get the time later, im kind of busy today.

I wish i could afford some good equipment, im a lowly student and as of yet cannot afford anything nice.

i have a crappy reciever that has a range from 25mhz - 1300mhz.

I need to buy a shortware for the RTTY stuff.

Maybe somebody else on GLP which more more radiofreq knowledge can check that frequency out, im not even sure what is listed as broadcasting around those bands, ill find out though in the next 20 mins or so.
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Re: Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
Cant find anything around there yet, certainly nothing strong here in the northwest UK.

Found a weakish signal at. 432.010mhz, just some kind of tone, no idea what it is, not unusual to hear noise like that

Found some radio chatter at 433.275mhz

Nothing else, apart from indistinct noise really, ill take a look at that 432 signal with some software when i get the time later, im kind of busy today.

I wish i could afford some good equipment, im a lowly student and as of yet cannot afford anything nice.

i have a crappy reciever that has a range from 25mhz - 1300mhz.

I need to buy a shortware for the RTTY stuff.

Maybe somebody else on GLP which more more radiofreq knowledge can check that frequency out, im not even sure what is listed as broadcasting around those bands, ill find out though in the next 20 mins or so.
 Quoting: HannibalTheCannibal


INTERESTING!

Thank you so much for checking it out, Hannibal. That's awesome.

I'll stay tuned (pardon the pun!) to see what you find.
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just local criminals making their job easier, it's easy to hijack somebody when they have to leave their cars to open gates etc.


could be

spock
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433MHz
anyone notice a temperature change there?
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04/17/2009 10:15 AM
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I think there are allsorts of things that broadcast around those freqs, the guy who said it could be criminals trying to jam out alarms may be onto something, its usual for remote systems to operate around these freqs.

Could be trying to mess with peoples garage doors and burglar alarms.

I dont know how it applies to SA, but in the UK it seems these freqs were mainly for amature radio, but have since been legally licenced for manufacturers to use.

Lots of crappy two way radios, baby monitors and all sorts on these freqs now, its a stretch, but maybe this mystery signal is somebody fucking about driving large wattage signals on these ranges.
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Re: Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
This just in, mystery criminal stealing batteries out of all kinds of remotes...
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04/17/2009 10:35 AM
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Re: Mystery signal in South Africa leaves suburb in a jam
sounds like we all need some serious power 433 mhz 100 watt tranceivers to cause massive disruptions at will...

yes indeed...

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