Putting 2 mobile phone signal jammers together and turning on at the same time, can the effect be doubled?
When customers use cell phone signal jammers, they sometimes find that in some larger rooms, only one shielding device is not enough to cover all the shielding signals. In this case, at least one more shielding device needs to be added, so The customer asked: Can the effect be doubled if two mobile phone signal jammers are put together and turned on at the same time? So as to achieve the effect of complete coverage?
The reality is that this is not what you want! The shielding signal emitted by the mobile phone signal jammer is actually a messy and disorderly interference signal. It is essentially a radio frequency radio wave. When multiple radio waves at the same location are transmitted simultaneously, their radio frequency power is different. It cannot be embodied as a simple power superposition, and naturally it will not show the expected result of 2 cell phone signal jammers working together and doubling the effect.
There can be a simple analogy as a reference: the shielding signal of a mobile phone signal jammer, the transmission method and propagation distance are somewhat similar to the propagation of sound. Standing together and speaking with the same voice volume, the voice of these two people will still only spread out a distance of 50 meters, and will not increase the transmission distance from 50 meters to 50 meters due to the increase of the sound of one person speaking. 100 metres.
So when the customer encounters that a mobile phone signal jammer is not enough to cover an indoor space, what is the correct way to install a new shielding device? It is very simple to use a cellular layout to install two shielding devices separately, each ensuring a certain coverage. While there are bound to be some overlapping areas with this approach, it's still a reasonable installation that works.