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Hi there! I've read about personal signal jammer's building and I like it very much, but I still have question: how different it is to make WiFi jammer?

asked Oct 10 '11 at 09:26

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edited Oct 10 '11 at 09:27


Hi Troy!

We are grateful that you have liked our jammer DIY guide and we hope that it is easy to understand and to use those data for making your own signal jammer.

To create WiFi jammer you need to use the same instructions from the blog post with jammer creation guide but with slight differences. Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) must be used to work with WiFi frequency band (2400-2500MHz) or be tuned to do so. The other parts may be used without significant changes.

The building of your own signal jammer is very interesting and creative process so no matter what kind of frequency band you want him to block, it is always very exciting to construct something new and something yours, and it is even more fun when you see how it works! Believe us, we know ;)

Still if you are not one of the craftsmen, you can visit our website and purchase WiFi jammer to your taste!

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answered Oct 10 '11 at 09:59

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