In recent times, many customers have installed 5G signal blockers in large meeting rooms to prevent mobile phone signals. While the feedback suggests that the blocking effect is indeed present, it is important to note that installing only one 5G signal blocker in such a large space cannot achieve complete coverage. This article aims to address a common question posed by customers regarding the possibility of installing an additional 5G signal blocker in the same location to double the emission power and enhance the blocking effect. However, our response to this query is negative, as increasing the number of signal blockers in the same position does not result in a doubling of emission power or an improvement in the blocking effect.
The reason behind this lies in the nature of the signals emitted by 5G signal blockers, which are essentially wireless signals in the radio frequency range designed to block various frequency bands used by mobile phones. The transmission and attenuation of wireless signals are indeed related to the power of the signal source (in this case, the 5G signal blocker). However, when multiple signal sources with the same power are added in the same location, the transmission and errors of the signals remain the same, resulting in minimal improvement.
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To better understand this concept, we can draw a parallel between the propagation properties of sound and wireless signals. Imagine a person standing in a specific location and speaking at a normal volume, with the sound traveling a distance of approximately 30 meters. Now, if we increase the number of people speaking in the same location while maintaining the same volume, the sound they produce will still only propagate to a distance of around 30 meters. The addition of more speakers does not result in an increase in the propagation distance. Similarly, adding more signal blockers in the same position does not enhance the blocking effect.
Considering the customer’s query regarding how to improve the mobile signal blocking effect in large meeting rooms, there are two possible solutions. The first option is to replace the existing 5G signal blocker with a higher emission power model. This can provide a stronger signal blocking effect. The second option is to increase the number of 5G signal blockers, but it is crucial to note that these additional devices should not be installed in the same location. Instead, a cellular network-like configuration should be adopted, ensuring proper distribution throughout the meeting room. This approach is the correct solution to enhance the mobile signal blocking effect in large meeting rooms.
In conclusion, simply adding more 5G signal blockers in the same location does not result in a doubling of emission power or an improvement in the blocking effect. The transmission and attenuation of wireless signals remain the same, regardless of the number of signal sources. To achieve better mobile signal blocking in large meeting rooms, it is recommended to either replace the existing signal blocker with a higher emission power model or distribute multiple signal blockers strategically throughout the space. By adopting these solutions, customers can effectively enhance the blocking effect and ensure complete coverage of mobile signal blocking in large meeting rooms.