Hi there! I'd like to know if there is a way to improve the working range of your jammers. I need to block Wi-Fi network in the neighbouring building, the problem is that it is approximately 150-170 feet away. Please help me to choose the proper device, or maybe, there is a way to boost the jamming radius of some of them. Many things in advance!
asked Nov 29 '13 at 06:58
Hi there, Rick, we at Jammer-Store always try to work out the best solution for our clients. There are a couple of ways that can be used to solve your problem. The range is quite big and we don't have devices that can operate at such distances, but with a couple of tweaks one devie will probably do the trick. First of all, the best device for long range Wi-Fi jamming is our desktop RCJ40-D signal blocker, and we think that it will be the best shot.
It's jamming range is 40 meters, or 130 feet, that jammer is omnidirectional, so it will cover all around it. But you can easily make it to work as semi directional jammer, by beaming its signal. The whole process is described here. That solution is quite risky, because we can not guarantee that the reflector, described in the article will work properly. Another option – is to buy semi-directional SMA antenna. The only thing you should consider – the socket is SMA and the frequency you need is 2.4 GHz.
Also, contacting our engineering team will be a great idea, because they are able to build a custom device that will fit your needs best. That may appear to be a bit more expensive, that device you can see on our site. Anyway, the choice is all yours!
Thanks for your question, I hope, I've managed to help!
answered Nov 29 '13 at 07:01