Cell phone jammer blocks information
Today, I want to introduce you to a familiar and unfamiliar product, which was widely used during testing because few people know how it works. When reporters entered the National Assembly on February 12, 2015 to report on the address of the President, they discovered that there was no mobile phone receiver in the building. There are reports that cell phone signals are "obstructed," and pictures of devices that many people consider offensive. Before the lawsuit began, members of the opposition party asked to know who used the cell phone jammer and to shut it down before the president began his speech. After a back and forth exchange, the South African government did not admit the error during this period, the jammer was shut down, and the mobile phones in the National Assembly could reconnect to the cellular network.
"When we started singing, I watched Secretary of State David Mahlobo leave the house (replies!)," said Ferial Haffajee, editor of Twitter Metropolis Press. He is back. The signal returns. "After Zuma gave a speech, Jeff Radebe, Minister of the Presidential Office, told reporters that he did not know who was blocking the cellular signal and that he was not even sure whether it would be disturbed in the first place. He added, After investigating the matter, the secretary of Congress said that anything encrypted has been decrypted. Cellular signals are usually robust, but usually, cell phone jammers only need to introduce enough errors in the messages received from the cell phone or tower to Make it impossible to correct them.