Bringing mobile phones in during religious prayers, priests installed mobile phone jammers to block their use
In today's society, almost no one has their own mobile phone. The mobile phone has become an indispensable device for everyone, and it is increasingly impossible for everyone to leave the mobile phone. Even in some important occasions, they do not forget to carry the mobile phone. This kind of situation happened when a religious prayer was held in a foreign country. This situation just pitied the priest of the Church of Our Lady of the Holy Mountain in Naples in a certain country. According to National News, the godfather finally found a solution -- a cell phone jammer. The priest spent 90 yuan to purchase the two machines. During the interview, the priest said: He did this not because he was impatient, but because of the embarrassment he could see when she suggested that everyone turn off their mobile phones and concentrate on praying.
The so-called mobile phone signal jammer is to scan from the low-level working frequency of the wireless channel to the high-end scanner at a certain rate during the operation. To the stable microwave signal data information transmitted from the communication base station, within a certain overall planning, the mobile phone cannot establish a connection with the communication base station, so as to achieve the effect of shielding the mobile phone signal.
Maybe you are wondering if it is really feasible for a priest to use a mobile phone signal jammer without authorization? According to his own explanation, their actions have received strong support from the local police. But obviously, not everyone welcomed the priest's strategy. The local shopkeepers were very upset. They said that the priest's mobile phone jammer had already affected his POS machine.
However, in some countries, the use of cell phone jammers is considered an illegal activity. In the first half of the year, a man in Florida, a certain country, was fined $48,000 for driving around with a mobile phone signal jammer.