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The Justice Department is pushing ahead with a new generation of jammers

New SEAL goalkeeper François Bayrou advocates installing cell phone signal blocker to avoid cellphone use in prisons. This technology has established itself in many devices and has been tested many times. It has many advantages and many flaws. “I’m in favor of letting vandals go unpunished. Like Christian Taubira and other attorney generals in 2015, new SEAL François Bayrou was featured on BFMTV, RMC responded to incarceration in prison Mobile phone scenes. Photos of superiors posted on social media media networks, selfies of swimming pool inmates, pictures of smoking marijuana… Although authorities have tried to curb the practice, the problem has existed for several years.

The company sells a briefcase-sized device that can cover a radius of about 150 meters, while a basement-sized device can accommodate a conference room without a signal. According to our information, there are currently 804 devices in French prisons. Compared to the development of mobile phones, the technology is often outdated. The Department of Justice plans to spend $3 million to modernize the promotion of a new generation of phone jammers. But there is one condition. According to a January study, NTIA researchers installed a GPS-jamming vehicle in a storage room next to the 13-by-8-foot storage room on the first floor of the storage room.

The study claims that it successfully blocked cell phone transmissions in the commercial band between 700 and 2170 MHz, but that it does not interfere with commercial transmissions if monitoring is carried out at 6.10 m and 30 m from the cell phone. However, according to the NTIA, more research is needed to determine whether the technology could pose a potential threat to commercial license wireless services outside prison walls. There are still some obstacles. According to the NTIA, more research is needed to determine whether the technology poses a potential threat to commercial license wireless services outside prison walls. There are still some obstacles. According to the NTIA, more research is needed to determine whether the technology poses a potential threat to commercial license wireless services outside prison walls. There are still some obstacles.