Educational institutions have become major users of jamming devices

As of press time, the joint inspection group checked completely, four test centers, “we will have six test sites in the city of testing equipment monitoring, signal cell phone jammer line into the detailed inspection, to ensure that it can run normally.” Liang yuping, head of law enforcement at the market and quality supervision bureau. “No obvious abnormalities have been found.” Liang Yuping said, wait until June 6, the joint inspection group will also six test sites for review again, “because now there is still a part of the equipment examination site fully put in place, but also to prevent the missing check.” Liang Yuping said

Revised at the end of last year, the new education law and higher education law, strengthen the blow to national cheating on the exam, including clear copy in the national education examination, including obtaining a cheat sheet, a variety of cheating, besides can be cancelled test qualifications or achievements, in serious cases can be “ban on” one to three years, even by the administrative penalties for public security and criminal investigation.

So what are these devices for? The reporter found xu hong, deputy director of the school’s modern education technology center. Xu Hong told students to these electronic equipment after the purpose of speculation and opinions, some regret told reporters: “may be the time is hasty, haven’t come yet and the students in our school specifically explains the purpose of these electronic devices, the electronic equipment is used for construction of standardized examination room, do not use at ordinary times, more is not used to monitor student.”

Prisons are also becoming major users of jamming devices

Stopping drones is difficult. “Technological solutions to detect and disrupt drones are in their infancy,” Rosenstein said, adding that the Justice Department supports regulatory changes that would make it easier to deploy interdiction technology and 4G jammer.

According to a statement, the Federal Bureau of Prisons tested the “micro-jamming” technology at the Federal Correctional Institution in Cumberland. Officials wanted to test whether the system could jam a device in a specific cell.

Canada, like many countries, has a prison contraband problem. Its inmates are sneaking in cell phones at an increasing rate, so, to stop them from running crime rings from the inside, the country is thinking about using cell phone jammers in its correctional facilities.