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      Theft of cars with signal amplifiers

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      Theft of cars with signal amplifiers
      The image of the thief with a black box approaching the door of the house fits with the modus operandi of the thefts through signal amplifiers. The systems of wireless opening of the cars have a very limited reach, the sufficient one so that that that tries to open the car takes the control in the pocket. But as we saw earlier and theorized years ago in Microsiervos, in cases where the remote control is relatively close to the car, for example parked in the door of a house, the use of a signal amplifier can be more than enough to that the car's system recognizes the key, and it sends a response signal to open it, and even start the engine.

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