Hello everybody! I would like to know - does humidity level affects jammer's work and its jamming radius when it is used outdoors? If so then how exactly?
asked Oct 31 '11 at 10:46
There are many different factors which can affect the power of the jamming signal and the width of the blocking radius. Main factors affecting jamming signal's behavior are described in this article. In fact the blocking radius of every particular signal jammer is quite individual thing and knowing what it depends on is very important.
As for the air humidity, it may affect the power of the jammer's signal and the radius in which it can block targeted frequency range. For the most of signal jammer models allowed air humidity level is between 5% and 80%, yet there is high and low humidity resistant jammer which is made primarily for the military usage thus is very reliable and resistant to bad exploitation conditions.
There are not so many models like that mentioned above, so you did the right thing that asked about the humidity. If you are using signal jammers for very important deeds, there are no trivial matters!
answered Oct 31 '11 at 11:37