Vehicle signal scrambler
How many onboard frequency jammers are needed for fleet safety? This question plagues those responsible for transporting their fleets from one location to another. Attack threats from RCIED weapons (also known as roadside bombs) are high in many countries. A frequency jammer is a solution to the roadside bomb threat; but requires some knowledge of the RCIED failure.
We have had experience countering remotely controlled weapons since the late 1970s, with the introduction of the bomb attack series. Our current line of bomb jammers can defend against current threats from radio-activated weapons. We install IED blockers in many countries.
Those seeking our advice either come to our office for a consultation, our factory for a demonstration, or bring an RF technical team leader to the country seeking electronic warfare defense technology for a field review of the area. There, we can explain what is involved during RF jamming operations in fleet scenarios, the advantages of our technology, and the limitations of RF interoperability in other radio communication telemetry.
Our extensive knowledge of the subject of RF interference is helpful for those with little understanding of what fleet protection operations involve. We are able to explain in basic terms how our systems work, in what way, they work well, and what happens when RF interference starts.
The world's first powerful all-in-one WIFI-GPS-UHF / VHF signal jammer for cellphone has 16 antennas, which gives us strong jamming ability. And not only can it cut off all 3G 4G cellphone signals, but also interfere with WiFi2.4G 5G CDMA450M GPS LOJACK UHF VHF signals.
Stationary 10 band radio frequency energy suppressor is a radio frequency interference generator that completely eliminates the operation of all wireless internet mobile LTE 4G, 3G and 4G, WIFI2.4G / 5.8G, mobile GSM cellular, LOJACK UHF VHF walkie-talkie 315Mhz 433Mhz 868Mhz navigation and GPSL1 navigation L2 L5.