How long can a jammer operate?

It all depends on how the device was built.

The thermal dissipation of a jamming device is the MOST important factor of all. The excessive amount of heat entails the malfunction of the scrambler itself. Loss of strength is the first consequence you will notice, followed by the damage of all of its internal components.

Our selection includes devices with a different range of cooling fans and systems, which will allow you to never exceed a certain warning temperature, thanks to the top-quality materials used for the assembly of the product.

Frequency Chart:

  • 140-180MHz: VHF
  • 400-480MHz: UHF
  • 700MHZ: 4G
  • 850-950MHz: GSM
  • 1575.42MHz: GPS L1
  • 1227.60MHz: GPS L2
  • 1381.05MHz: GPS L3
  • 1379.913MHz: GPS L4
  • 1176.45MHz: GPS L5
  • 1800-1900MHz: GSM DUAL BAND
  • 2100-2170MHz: UMTS – 3G
  • 2400-2500MHz: WiFi and Bluetooth
  • 2600MHz: 4G LTE
  • 5100-5500-5900MHz: WiFi/High Radio Frequency

Let’s take a glance at the most common devices that make use of the above-mentioned frequencies and how we can block them by resorting to a simple jammer:

  • VHF and UHF frequencies are used by the following devices: Bugs, LoJack locators, radio controls, TV antennas, etc.
  • GSM, DUAL BAND, UMTS, 3G, and 4G LTE frequencies are used by cell phones, bugs, telephone alarm diallers, micro-cameras, cameras, GPS trackers, etc.
  • GPS frequencies L1, L2, L3, L4, L5 are used by GPS trackers, satellite navigation systems, smartphones with integrated GPS, etc.
  • WiFi and Bluetooth frequencies are used by WiFi routers, smartphones, earphones, laptops, Bluetooth speakers, drones, and many more wireless devices.
  • High radio frequencies, 5.1GHz – 5.5GHz – 5.9GHz are used by modern WiFi routers, bugs, radio controls, video surveillance alarm systems, drone remote controls, etc.

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