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Hi guys! I want to know precisely how different jammers can cool off and lost their heat. Are they using some cooling systems or they are not heating at all?

asked Nov 16 '11 at 06:18

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Hi Helen!

No matter what kind of signal jammer you use (except those really small ones), they would gain some heat with time. Like any other electronic device, the components inside the jammer would eventually produce some heat, thus jammers without reliable cooling system are not recommended to be used for long time without any breaks for them to cool off.

Anyway, more powerful jamming devices are gaining more heat and they need to have cooling systems in order to operate without malfunctions. Portable jammers are using fast cooling fans and air slots for great ventilation and hot air extraction. Desktop models are using few powerful cooling fans and reliable radiators for the maximum heat loss.

I hope this information would be useful to you and help you to determine what cooling system you need on your jammer in order to use it in a way of how external conditions allow.


answered Nov 16 '11 at 07:15

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