License required to install jammers in public

Mobile phone signal jammers work similarly to radio jammers because they emit the same radio frequency as mobile phones. This will cause enough interference so the call cannot be connected to the phone. There are currently two types of cell phone jammers. The first category is usually smaller devices, which prevent signals from being sent from the cell phone tower to each cell phone. The blocking frequency is between 800 MHz and 1900 MHz. Most devices using this technology can block signals within a 30-foot radius. The phones in this area do not show any signal at all.

Now you can politely shut them up and leave, or you can buy a cell phone jammer and leave them alone.

Unfortunately, they are becoming more and more important because many people (especially prison guards) want to believe that a new high-tech product can solve their problems. Not only did a group of prison guards submit a petition to the FCC to formulate rules, but they also supported a bill that requires the FCC to authorize the use of mobile phones in prison.

Among the four churches in Monterrey, a paper-phone portable jammer in the size of a paperback made in Israel is hidden between a painting like Madonna and a statue of a saint.

Japan allows jammers to be installed in public places such as theaters and concert halls, but only if they must obtain a government-issued license. Last week the French Minister of Industry approved a decision requiring the installation of cinemas, concert halls and theatres, provided that emergency calls can be arranged.

Tokyo-based Medic Inc. sold thousands of Wave Wall GSM jammers before the government intervened and regulated the use of its venues through live performances.

Margarita Escobedo (Margarita Escobedo) is a Catholic who attends the church at least twice a week and is a volunteer in the church of San Gennaro. She said she welcomed the suffering to the diocese suffering because the cell phones there are becoming annoying.GPS jammers are usually small devices that are connected to the lighter port of the vehicle and send radio signals that are submerged or submerge weak signals such as GPS.