I have a problem folks, I have bought a Wi-Fi jammer recently and I need to direct and amplify its signal. Is it possible and how can I do it?
asked Sep 17 '12 at 12:45
All of our signal blockers are omnidirectional, so they can cover a specified area around them. You may try to use a parabolic signal reflector of the same kind used in satellite dishes. In satellite dishes the signal is focused on the receiver by that parabolic dish. Signal beaming looks a lot like a use of a lamp and a flash-light. But Jammer-store.com does not recommend using such enhancements with your jammer.
Although you may try to make a parabolic reflector, that will focus radio waves in some direction and minimize the wave’s dispersion. The material for the reflector has to be microwave-proof so it will reflect the waves from its surface. You’ll have to calculate the size of the reflecting body in order to amplify and not to kill the signal. Anyway amplification will not be significant for sure!
Jammer Store can’t guarantee that it will work, it also can’t guarantee the proper work of a jamming device after reflector installation. Maybe it will be better to use a powerful wide-range jammer instead?
Thank you for your question, I hope I have helped!
answered Sep 17 '12 at 12:48