My neighbor has ordered that LIFX smart bulb and he wants to install them all over his house. I would not bother about it but he likes to gather parties at home so he will surely use their music visualization option. And I sometimes have epileptic seizures so I will probably need something to stop them for some period of time, what can I use?
The Russian army now has a special unit of drone hunters. The first of its kind, the ground-based collective, exploits electronic jamming systems to cut radio connections between unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and their controllers.
For a radio jammer to work, it must be close enough to the signal that his team wants to disrupt. The Drone Jammer Gun Pro, for its part, can detect targets up to 93 miles away, according to jammer-shop, an independent think tank specializing in military electronic systems. Interference requires more power than detection, so the distance at which the Avtobaza can disrupt a drone is certainly less than 90 miles.
You should also know that you can set them to turn off when you leave the house and turn on when you are coming. As I’ve already said most of their options are available from your smartphone or tablet, but you can also use your old master switches too. LIFX also can visualize your music and that is perfect for home parties. But someone may use Wi-Fi protocol vulnerabilities to take control over those bulbs and make pranks.
You should know that LIFX has started as a kickstarter project and those bulbs won’t be shipped until March 2013, so you are safe till that time. But when those bulbs come to your neighbour’s house you will surely be ready with one of Jammer Store Company’s solutions. As I’ve already said those bulbs are connected with the smartphone via Wi-Fi and it is really easy to block their communications. As long as the distance between two houses is rather big for a portable jamming device you’ll need a powerful, stationary Wi-Fi signal blocker to stop LIFX smart bulbs visualization option