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The principle of mobile phone interceptor? 

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Mobile phone jammer who lose the radio signals from smartphones & Co. are seen in some as a sensible solution. Private individuals in Germany are also using cell phone blocker devices instead of not using them.

Cell phone jammers, also known as cell phone blockers or jammers, are devices that die in their environment so that radio links can be established. They are so related that the cell phones and smartphones in the handle and smartphone networks, but also WLAN and GPS, are tested by them. The range of the Handy-Jammer depends on the model. There are devices that exert influence within a ten-meter radius, but also models with more sr. there are called models that go over kilometers radio signals processes.

portable wireless jammer

The principle is actually simple: in the cell phone zone there is reception for cell phones, but not in the quiet zone. Now the railway also has to listen to mobile radio reception in the ICE. that phone calls are concerned: stick figures conspiratorially holding a finger over their mouth. All see a person in the open seating car not seeing these signs and making loud calls

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