The interference range of the jammer is limited by the environment
Almost everyone now has a cell phone, and the cell phone just keeps ringing. More and more people are tired of being disturbed by other people's phone conversations. They are working hard to find a solution. The solution is to use a cell phone jammer. Cell phone jammers are used to temporarily interfere with cell phone signals within a certain range. It can prevent signal transmission between mobile phone and base station. This is because the cell phone jammer and cell phone operate on the same frequency. However, in order to avoid interference from cell phone signals, jammers should be stored regularly with the cell phone. Once the interference range is exceeded, the mobile phone can operate normally.
First of all, this 8 antenna adjustable high power gsm signal jammer is perfect for people living in EU countries / regions who need multi-functional high power signal jammer. Therefore, according to the design of 6 antennas, this high power European version signal signal jammer can easily cut off GSM, DCS / PCS, 3G, WiFi, 4G and UHF signals at the same time, which is indeed very powerful. . Observe the interference distance, you will also be attracted to this high power 3G 4G desktop Wimax VHF UHF WiFi GPS Jammer, because depending on the location signal strength, the protection radius can be up to 50 meters. In this case, it can meet the interference range requirements of a large number of people.
Today, we are going to introduce the second special cell phone phone jammer to you, which is very popular among customers. This is a strong jammer UHF VHF GPS WiFi with 8 antennas, model EO08001FR. The jammer is designed with 8 antennas, which can intercept CDMA 850-894MHz, GSM 930-960MHz, 3G 2010-2145MHz, 4G1 725-770MHz, 4G2 2620-2690MHz, DCS / PHS 1805-110MHz, GPS 1805-116MHz DCS / PHS 1805-1918MHz, VHF 1135-174MHz / 315MHz-433MHz and UHF 400-470MHz / 420-480MHz. It combines cell phone jammers, GPS jammers, WiFi jammers, and UHF / VHF jammers. You can call it a full jammer.