The jammer can still work normally when it rains?

Bluetooth and WiFi also bring many disadvantages. For example, all private data stored on a laptop or PDA may be exposed to everyone in the same area. If the settings are not correct, criminals can easily obtain passwords and important personal information from the wireless network. Once the password is known to others, it is indeed a risk. The most obvious aspect is that your privacy is likely to be stolen by hackers, the password is used as a wireless network, and hacked due to insufficient capacity. On the other hand, since Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections must follow your position and body’s ability to work, similar to a cell phone tower that triangulates the position.

Now people choose the handheld multi-function signal portable jammer mainly because it is easier to use and can be powered by batteries, so it can be easily used externally and in other places. For example, with this “optional portable GPS antenna 6 LoJack jammer 3G 4G Wimax phone”, you can skip the following and continue reading to learn more details about LoJack GPS signal barrier mobile phones. And the mobile phone shield is waterproof when it rains, will not damage the device, and can still maintain a good working state. It is very necessary to think about the function of working distance.

The 120W mobile phone jammer has a jamming effect. The design of automatic protection circuit and cooling fan integrated with ALC building can be used continuously for 7 days. Main high temperature will not affect normal operation. Therefore, you can believe that its quality is indeed reliable. If you are so diligent and wise in pursuing other interference problems in the radio frequency spectrum. I immediately thought of some; IBOC to adjacent analog channels, broadband on power lines, electronic noise in the mid-band, illegal two-way radios on the RPU frequency, etc. In public transportation: It also depends on the signal strength at time T; I have achieved excellent results on trains and buses, but not at stations, but in rural areas.