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Will Cell Phone Signal Jammers Affect Wired Internet Access?

In some special places, such as examination rooms, gas stations, prisons and other places where the use of mobile phones is prohibited, it is often necessary to use a mobile phone signal blocker to block the signal of the internal operator. It is possible that a considerable number of people are not very familiar with cell phone signal jammers, perhaps because they are not familiar with cell phone signal jammers, and they often have many doubts, such as “Will cell phone signal jammers affect wired Internet access? “

It can be said with certainty that the existing mobile phone signal jammers on the market, of course, including the mobile phone signal jammers produced by “Leading Core Technology” themselves, can only block the signal of wireless communication, but not the wired Internet access. Therefore, the cell phone signal jammer has no effect on wired Internet access.

The principle of the mobile phone signal jammer is to generate the opposite frequency suppression signal, thus exceeding the signal field strength of the operator, so that the mobile phone cannot receive the operator’s uplink and downlink signals, and the base station cannot complete the registration. Make phone calls and go online. Everything is radio based.

Wired Internet access, or broadband or fiber, transmits data over physical lines. High power signal jammer are aimed at radios, so there is no way to disrupt physical lines. Therefore, if the “Lingxin Technology” mobile phone signal jammer is installed in the supervision area, government agency, school, examination room, etc., the terminals such as computers and notebooks connected by physical lines can still access the Internet normally.

To sum up, the cell phone signal jammer has no effect on wired Internet access. In some cases, even wired Internet access is not allowed, it is recommended to unplug the network cable, or prevent the main route from accessing the external network, in order to achieve the purpose of preventing wired Internet access.