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Hi guys! It is hard for me sometimes to compare selected types of signal jammers so I want to know how to do this right and when I may be sure saying that one jammer is better than other one?

asked Nov 15 '11 at 07:54

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Hello Robert!

Yes, the comparison of signal jammers with one another is not as easy thing as it may seem at first. To make the decision what exact signal jammer is better for you there must be some knowledge (basic at least) about jammer and the principles of their work. Also you can say that one jammer is always better than other, it all depends on the situation they are used in.

There are so many various characteristics of the jammers like jamming power that influences jamming range, frequency range it jams, current strength, jammer size, power supply sources, antenna type and their quantity, weight of the jammer, allowed temperatures and humidity around it, and so on. All of them are used to compare jammers.

Depending on the situation and conditions of the jammer usage, you can say that in this particular case one jammer is better than other one, but in other situation all this may change drastically. Thus the more you know about jammers, the better jammer buying decisions you would make and it would be easier for you to use your jammer approprietly and effectively.

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answered Nov 15 '11 at 10:14

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