I need some help on avoiding jammers. What should I do if I suspect that somebody uses a signal blocker nearby and I really need to make an urgent call? That’s really important for me!
asked Nov 28 '12 at 05:51
I can say that not all of the people are using new technologies as they should. You should know how those signal blockers work to know how to avoid their effect. They are really simple, those frequency blockers emit signals on the same frequency that has to be blocked. In other words they create an interfering noise on the certain frequency and useful signals are blocked by it. So, you’ll be able to simply leave that field and you will have a reception again.
The most common solution may be is to walk away a little, until the reception comes back. Most of portable mobile phone jammers cannot achieve really high blocking range. It varies between 30-50 feet, so you’ll be able just to walk away from the source of the interference. We understand that sometimes it is impossible to move away from the point where interference is still strong, if you are in the bus or at work in your office, so you’ll need another solution.
Jammer-Store recommends you to try to determine the type of a signal blocker and try to switch to some other frequencies. You should know that simple GSM blockers are the most widely spread, but they won’t affect you if you turn to 3G or even 4G. There are special jammers for the mobile standards mentioned above, but they are rather expensive. If it doesn’t work for you, you may try to switch to Wi-Fi networks. That will surely help.
Thanks for your question, I hope I’ve managed to help.
answered Nov 28 '12 at 05:55