I’ve heard that Chinese spies can use Huawei’s hardware security gaps to track our traffic activity and to get our personal information. So I would like to have a possibility to jam that modem when I want.
Any ideas on how to do it?
Yes, you have heard right, a couple of days ago House Intelligence Committee released a report on their almost a yearlong investigation of Huawei and ZTE factories and technologies. It was told there that those companies purposely create security gaps in their hardware so evildoers may get access to it and obtain some personal or commercial data.
It is obvious that Chinese companies deny all of those accusations, but Chinese government may have used those companies for espionage. Just think of how much money our country loses annually from economical espionage and in some reasons Huawei and ZTE were mixed up there.
Your 21 Mbps Huawei UMG1831-3G External USB Modem gives you a mobile wireless internet access and transmits data with 3G networks. It probably uses 2000-2100 MHz frequency and by jamming this frequency band you will prevent any Chinese spying! And Jammer-Store will help you to pick a proper device! You may try to use an ordinary 3G jammer, but I’ll try to explain why it is not an option.
You know, Huawei and ZTE manufacture not only 3G modems, but also 4G and Wi-Fi routers. Ant it has produced even more wired equipment. So if you want to be completely safe from threats that may be in those devices it will be better to use universal 3G, 4G LTE and Wi-Fi jammer.
Good luck and stay safe!
answered Oct 12 '12 at 13:09