I often use my portable jammer in various public places, but I've heard that there are some technical means that I can use to determine that I am jamming the cellphones. Is it real?
Asked at 19:25 am on August 13
In theory you can be recognized, but in real life it is really hard to achieve. I am going to describe some basic methods you can spot when jamming the signals. For starters, I am assuming that you are using the jammer with a disguise hidden in your pocket or backpack. In this case, no one will notice, but there will still be some pointers on how to find you. These methods are quite expensive, so they certainly won't be used unless you're trying to block signals from something really important like a police station or hospital.
You should know that your cell phone jammer is causing a lot of interference around you. This is why all cell phones around you are blocked. This disturbance can be detected with a frequency scanner. It is the device that scans some frequency bands and detects strong signals. But here is a problem with these scanners. You won't really hear your portable cell phone jammer in a public place because the sources of the signal are stronger. Distance is also one of the most important factors. Basically, the signal from your cell phone jamming device is faded out with signals from base towers, because it is simply stronger.
So at jammer-mart.com we can say that there is no need to worry about it. If you use a portable signal blocker, like I said, no one will try to look for you unless you try to block the major authorities. We do not recommend this. You should take into account that your signal jammer is a weapon and use it with caution and responsibility accordingly.
Thank you for your question. I hope I managed to help you.
Answered at 11:45 am on August 14