We know that wireless signal jammers are used in many occasions to block the signals of cell phones, WiFi and GPS because these signals may leak some information or pose a threat to privacy. In order to detect whether there is a jammer around you, a detection device known as a wireless signal jammer detector is needed. This article will show you how to use this detector properly so that it can really help you detect jammers that may be used by criminals.
- wireless signal jammer detector
A wireless signal jammer detector is a device that detects the signal of a wireless signal jammer and it can be used to check if there is any interference in your area. So you can use this detector to detect if there is a wireless signal around you. If there are any wireless signals within range of your device that could interfere with your communication with others, this detector will alert you with an LED light. The purpose of having such a device is to let us know if we need to get rid of these signals before using our cell phones or other devices that use radio frequencies (such as Bluetooth headsets or WiFi routers, etc.).
- Proper use of the wireless signal jammer detector
First, you should use the detector of the wireless jammer to detect whether there is a signal around you. you should put it in a key position or stick it on a reflective glass (such as a mirror) so that it can reflect the wireless signal from your phone back to itself and make it impossible for your phone to connect to any other wireless connection point nearby.
- Don’t put the wireless signal jammers detector in a key position, and don’t put it on a glass with strong reflective ability to avoid false detection due to the reflection of the glass.
When sticking metal objects such as iron and steel together, you also need a strong magnet because other materials have different weak magnetism or no magnetism at all.
- If the detector shows a signal but no alarm, this is because there is a signal in the area and no frequency.
The detector can be used to detect the frequency of a wireless signal, but not its source. For example, if you have a 900MHz wireless signal on your phone with a frequency range of 869MHz to 928MHz, it may cause interference to other electronic devices nearby and cause you some inconvenience. However, if you use an RF jammer (such as GSM-900) with an adjustable frequency range between 869MHz and 928MHz, you can block these unwanted signals and enjoy peace of mind when using electronic devices such as cell phones or computers nearby.
In addition, if you want to detect specific types of wireless signals (such as 2G/3G/4G LTE networks), then we recommend our 10-band or 12-band portable detectors, which have a wider detection range than our 4-band portable detectors.
So, as you can see, there are many different ways to protect yourself from the threat of wireless signal interference. Whether your needs are small or large, there is a detector for you. It is important to have some basic understanding of how these detectors work and what they do before deciding which detector is right for you. If there are any questions that are not answered