The situation on the streets is also deteriorating. Ironically, the use of mobile phones while driving is banned in France. As a result, the streets have also become noisy areas for mobile phones. Many hands-free systems have made this possible. These systems have been incorporated into in-vehicle electronics and encourage drivers to make phone calls while driving.
Since the noise of your own vehicle or a car in an adjacent lane will naturally interfere with comfortable conversation while driving, the speaker turns upward. But this is mainly the result of loud conversations from cars waiting for traffic lights. So far, only tuned cars with bass music stations can refuel in the trunk.
At this point, some people should seriously consider the idea of buying a mobile cell phone jammer that can interrupt mobile phone calls in the area by pressing a button. There is such a device. So-called cell phone deactivators, jammers, or cell phone blockers can be found in online stores of professional vendors that are not exactly everyday technology, such as miniature cameras, directional microphones, or bugs.
However, France does not allow the use of jamming devices-the federal network agency responsible for overseeing the German telephone market refused to approve it. “A mobile phone jammer is a type of jammer,” the authorities explained: “According to the German Telecommunications Law, this type of equipment cannot be allocated or approved.”
In fact, cell phone jammers may have a negative impact. In addition to the necessary transmit power and related radiation, cell phone jammers are also designed to completely destroy the cellular network in the area. For example, if a movie theater, theater, or church uses technical assistance to force a break, the phone will no longer be able to contact the doctor on call in the room.