A wifi jammer is a device that interferes with WiFi Bluetooth blocking signals and interferes with WiFi frequencies. Using a Wi-Fi jammer can keep your children away from the virtual world on the one hand, and on the other hand can keep them away from the virtual world. Let your family spend less time on the phone and set aside time. Make public places more convenient and more. On the other hand, this is also very important. Now, public WiFi may have potential security risks. Some criminals can connect scary things with other devices to other WiFi devices that have WiFi stealing the same information, so it is better to use WiFi jammers. This solution can solve this problem so that you can spend Internet time more safely and comfortably, and need quiet time for your children to grow up healthily, they will not indulge in the online world to improve their lives.
The signal jammer is suitable for police, bomb disposal squad, VIP protection, special police (S.W.A.T), military security forces, bomb squads, anti-terrorism forces, anti-drug forces, border control forces, checkpoint personnel, etc. This type of law enforcement personnel will benefit greatly from the deployment of portable RF interference solutions in any state, and they can conduct law enforcement processes more effectively to reduce the chance of criminals leaking information.
GSM is the dominant 2G digital mobile phone standard in most regions of the world. It determines the way the mobile phone communicates with the tower's land-based network. Mobile phone standards have been implemented worldwide. There are a total of 14 GSM jammer frequency bands, which contain both preset channels and dynamic channel allocation. The frequency range of each band is different, the frequency range is from 380.2 to 1990 Mhz. The frequencies from 921 Mhz to 1710.1 Mhz are not allocated to the GSM band, but are allocated to other tasks by the FCC. Each such frequency band also utilizes separate uplink and downlink frequency ranges within each pre-designated frequency band. The uplink and downlink ranges are distinguished from each other to help minimize potential interference.