What types of signal jammers are there?
This can be achieved by utilizing a cell phone jammer, that blocks all the signals. One of the rising threats to security is unlawful cellular phone conversations at confidential places like court houses, military facilities, prisons etc.
In fact, communication jamming devices were first developed and used by military forces to prevent successful transfer of information between enemy forces.
There are two major types of jammers, non-intelligent i.e. traditional jammers, and intelligent jammers.
The traditional jammer is utilized in a restricted area and is designed to block all cell phones that operate in a certain frequency band such as downlink frequency band of global system for mobile communication.
This type of jammer is not fit for civilian use and especially for military applications, because it blocks all cell phones present in the restricted area.
Moreover, the system will transmit jamming signals, whether there is an authorized mobile user in that restricted area or not.
On the flip side, the Intelligent jammers work as a detector and blocker which solves the pitfalls present in the traditional jammer. The system has the capability of creating a white list of authorized subscribers and allowing them to communicate freely while blocking all other phones in that area.
The classification of signal jammers is distinguished by appearance:
drag box, backpack, hand-held and suitcase wireless wifi jammers.
These models all reflect the portability of the device in appearance.
For example, the tow box type frequency jammer adopts a trolley box structure, and relies on the rollers to realize the tow transfer of the wireless frequency jammer. The backpack frequency jammer is like a backpack that the user can carry directly on the body.
Handheld frequency jammer gps are compact, lightweight and can be held in one hand. A suitcase RFI jammer is a fully assembled device in a suitcase with high concealment and camouflage capabilities.