In today's highly developed communication tools, we mainly rely on signal communication, and jammers are the best tools to block signals. Let us look at the huge applications of signal jammers in real life. As part of the fight against human trafficking, the government's immigration service will re-enable at least four wifi jammer that block cell phone signals at Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA).
The Department of Immigration (BI) announced on Wednesday that it plans to install similar WiFi signal blocking devices in all immigration areas of the country's international airport at a cost of P400,000 per device. Immigration director Ronald Ledesma said signal jamming equipment was a tool to combat human trafficking at airports. Human trafficking unions use cell phones with victims. An immigration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told GMANews.TV, "The traffickers are usually Filipino workers with tourist visas."
The official said that the traffickers' union's tactics were sometimes to mingle with certain immigration agents at the airport, using their mobile phones to target or specific victims. "These WiFi jammers will undoubtedly help strengthen our fight against traffickers," said immigrant Ludesma. He said the office's property department had ordered the necessary permission from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to be reused as soon as possible Signal jammer. At the same time, the head of the property's BI department, John Tugade, said that the office's four interfering devices and their servers are still in the NAIA departure area and are ready to use. After airlines and other airport stakeholders protested the disruptors, IB stopped using equipment purchased by the office during the previous administration.