Telecom confidentiality can use cell phone jammers

Due to the violation of telecommunications confidentiality, the law does not allow the use of monitoring or message recording equipment, and therefore should be punished (Article 88 of the General Telecommunications Regulations). From the perspective of the Ministry of Education, according to the Data Protection Act, it is allowed to use devices that scan a specific frequency range and only indicate that the mobile device is connected to the room without determining a specific location because it is personal information and the data has been processed. However, the question of whether the use of such equipment is wise or useful has arisen and is therefore necessary. In public schools in Baden-Württemberg, due to special regulations on mobile phones, even carrying a mobile phone is a deception. Since the role of the mobile cell phone jammer device can be easily bypassed, for example, if the mobile phone is switched to airplane mode, the scanner will be useless during the inspection. In this case, the frequency counter cannot detect the device. But you still wear it illegally, which in turn is a deception.

There is a protection system inside the mobile phone jammer to ensure its reliable operation. The scrambling system monitors the operating mode of the transmitter module and the normal transmission of the corresponding antenna. If the operating mode suddenly changes to a dangerous value (for example, due to antenna damage, lack of cooling, etc.), the protection system will shut down the corresponding interference module. The Patna High Court has requested a report on measures taken to reduce overcrowding and the installation of cell phone jammers in prisons. The Patna High Court on Thursday asked the Bihar government to provide a detailed report before January 27, explaining the measures taken to alleviate prison overcrowding and set up artificial interference factors to prevent prisoners from contacting the outside world for kidnapping and extortion. transaction.