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I need Midland GXT1000VP4 radios to stop working. We are planning a paint ball championship with my friends and we have a rule – no radios. So the teams won’t be able to communicate on the far distances, but I’m sure that a couple of them will try to cheat. So I need to jam those.

Are there any ideas on how to do it?

asked Oct 18 '12 at 12:34

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Hello Rick!

Those portable radios use the specified frequency to transmit data. They differ depending on the country. If you live in Europe they will be approximately 433 MHz. For US and Canada those frequencies are 462 - 467 MHz. That so called FRS/GMRS standard is used for low range communications and it is free. So you will not need to buy any licenses if you want to use that frequency.

Using that standard allows saving battery charge, but the range may vary between 1 to 5 kilometers, or from 0.6 to 3 miles. The range is small but it will do for cheating. But luckily Jammer-Store has a solution!

You may try to jam the signals of your friend’s radios with our UHF/VHF jamming device. They will be surely jammed. The main problem is in that that this jammer is desktop, but his jamming radius varies between 15 and 30 meters or 50 and 100 feet. So, installing that jammer in the centre of a “battlefield” you will have a circle with up to 200 feet diameter free of radio signals. I suppose that that will do!

You may also have no worries about jamming the radio stations in the area because they use really different frequencies to broadcast!

I hope that you will have a nice time playing!

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answered Oct 18 '12 at 12:37

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