Cell phone jammer in everyday life may seem like a pretty good idea: Who wants to sit next to someone on the train who’s yammering away to their doctor about the gross details of their last bowel movement? Wouldn’t you get more work done in the library or at your job if you stopped texting your best friend every two minutes?
For example, in the past, when we got together, we always talk face to face. And now, we look down at the phone screen. Various social software devours our lives. At any time, always do not forget to take pictures, upload to Facebook or every day concerned about the dynamics of others. Of course, the use of mobile phones in the classroom, loudly answering the phone in the restaurant, in the theater and church phone ringing is also common.
That would mean every smuggled phone in the facility would be quickly identified. In addition, it would be relatively easy to create a list of permitted phones (owned by guards, office staff etc) and pass calls from those devices through to the communications networks. Alternately, we would have to ask exactly why it was that a guard needed a phone while on duty.
If there is an urgent meeting going on and you want no one to attend any unwanted calls or messages during that important meeting, you can avail the benefits of Cell phone jammer technology. This technology makes it possible for a person to avoid calls as well as messages without switching off the mobile phone. Enabling this technology blocks the signal from the base stations directly and makes it impossible for the person to communicate with the other person via a mobile phone.
According to the brief description provided by Tasnim, the phone jammer can lock onto an enemy phone, and then “disrupt its operation or even hack the aircraft and force it to land safely.” More pictures of the weapon are available at a Tasnim gallery.