Portable jammers are used on more serious occasions

In an endless quest to have a good meal at the restaurant without having to constantly listen to “Beeeeep” and the two ends of the conversation on those damn walkie-talkie phones, I discovered that it was possible to buy a mini jammer.

(I have nothing against people who use their regular cell phones, if they speak in a normal tone and don’t cry at the top of their lungs, but this fucking continuous beep is as annoying as being bitten by mosquitoes and to listen to the other end of the conversation which is generally turned around (REAL LOUD is simply unbearable).

portable wifi jammer

Note: I am not asking for advice on how to do something illegally, but rather on how to do it legally … or even if I can do it legally.

Mods, if it’s better for MPSIMS or IMHO, please move it with my apologies.

Radio transmitters and everything that can generate RF energy is regulated by the FCC to avoid interference with other frequencies and not to interfere with the authorized and / or licensed use of frequencies. That said, I’m not sure if there are any specific regulations prohibiting devices as such, but nothing has yet been approved by the FCC for such public use.

The most interesting question is whether passive “interference” is allowed. I know that the local clubs, Sam’s Club and Lowes, act like natural cages in Faraday, but I wonder if there is nothing in the federal code prohibiting the possible installation of a type of barrier signal earth. I would like to think that private property rights take precedence over the rights of mobile phone users, but there have been so many things going against private owners lately, that I can’t help but ask me questions.

In recent years, terrorist attacks in Europe, especially in France, have multiplied. These are mainly remote-controlled bombings. The degree of damage of the attack.

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