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Smart Bomb Jammer

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The Pentagon has stepped up orders for GPS-guided bombs, and will likely use them in any attacks against Iraq. But jammers available through the Internet for as little as $40 can easily interrupt the satellite signal. John Ydstie talks with Rep. Joseph Pitts (R-PA), co-chairman of the Electronic Warfare Working Group, a task force made up of members of the House of Representatives.