Mobile phone jammers are widely used devices that can interfere with the operation of communication base stations. This is a well-known issue in the industry. While low-power mobile phone jammers have limited range and their interference with signal transmission is tolerable in small quantities, high-power jammers can cause significant disruption to nearby base stations. However, as a professional manufacturer with nearly twenty years of experience in producing high-power mobile phone jammers, we have developed technical solutions to ensure that our devices do not interfere with base stations.
The interference caused by mobile phone jammers primarily affects the uplink frequency band of base stations. In the past, mobile phone signals were divided into separate uplink and downlink frequency bands. Mobile phone jammers mainly targeted the downlink frequency band of base stations for interference. Unless they are low-quality products, manufacturers can accurately adjust the interference signal within the range of the downlink frequency band, thus avoiding interference with the uplink frequency band of base stations.
The Rise of TDD Technology:
However, with the rise and widespread adoption of Time Division Duplex (TDD) technology in mobile phones, the distinction between uplink and downlink frequency bands has become less relevant. TDD technology utilizes the entire frequency band and divides it based on time, with one time slot dedicated to processing uplink signals and the next time slot for downlink signals. This means that when a mobile phone jammer interferes with this frequency band using conventional continuous white noise interference, it will inevitably affect the uplink time slot.
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To address this issue, we have developed a solution that synchronizes the interference signal of the mobile phone jammer with the time slot for processing downlink signals in base stations. By using a synchronization module that receives signals from the base station, we ensure that the interference signal is only emitted during the time slot for processing downlink data. This effectively avoids interfering with the time slot for processing uplink data, thus eliminating any disruption to communication base stations.
In conclusion, while the widespread use of mobile phone jammers can cause interference with communication base stations, this issue can be effectively resolved by implementing synchronization techniques. By synchronizing the interference signal with the time slot for processing downlink data, our high-power mobile phone jammers do not interfere with base stations. As a reputable manufacturer with extensive experience in producing high-power mobile phone jammers, we are committed to providing interference-free devices that meet the needs of our customers.