In order to seek food in a restaurant without having to listen to some very messy mobile phone loud noises, I found that I could buy a portable jammer. For those who use their phones normally, I have no objection if they speak normally and will not seriously affect others, but this damn continuous noise is as annoying as a fly flying in front of his face.
The FCC has adjusted wireless signal jammer and all items that may generate RF energy to avoid interference with other frequency bands and is used without authorization and / or permission to interfere with the frequency. That said, I don't know if there are specific regulations prohibiting such devices, but the FCC has not yet approved such public use.
The most interesting question is whether to allow wireless jammers. I know that local clubs use cell phone screams everywhere, but I want to know if there are any measures in federal regulations prohibiting the use of signal jammers? I want to think that private property rights exceed the rights of mobile phone users, but recently there are many things that contradict private owners. I can't help but ask me the question, can we use signal stoppers under appropriate circumstances?