The Impact of the “Chip War” on Mobile Signal Blocker Prices

In recent years, the topic of the “chip war” has gained attention among those who are concerned about international politics. The self-proclaimed world hegemon, the United States, has been imposing comprehensive restrictions and suppression on China’s semiconductor chip industry for years in order to hinder our country’s rapid development. Many industries have been standing up against the United States in this “chip war,” but now the question arises: does the “chip war” affect the prices of mobile signal blockers in the field of signal shielding?

The “Chip War” and its Focus:

The “chip war” primarily refers to the strict blockade and control imposed by the United States, along with some European countries, on chips with a process technology of 14 nanometers or below. The most affected and representative example is Huawei’s 5G mobile phone business. However, in the field of mobile signal blockers, the majority of our signal shielding products use domestically produced chips, and the chip process standards used do not reach the 14-nanometer level. Therefore, it is gratifying to see that after years of the “chip war,” the prices of our mobile signal blockers have not shown significant fluctuations. In other words, the “chip war” has had almost no impact on the prices of mobile signal blockers.

Advantages of Domestic Chips:

Many years ago, we recognized the steady development of domestically produced chips. Whenever we conducted new product research and design, we always prioritized domestic components whenever there was an option. This approach brings us at least two benefits. Firstly, domestically produced chips have a clear price advantage compared to imported components, which helps us control the cost of mobile signal blockers. Secondly, it ensures that we are not subject to the control of others and are not affected by changes in the international relations environment, which could disrupt the supply channels of critical chips or electronic components.


Despite the ongoing “chip war” and its impact on various industries, the prices of mobile signal blockers have remained stable. This is mainly due to the fact that the majority of signal shielding products in this field use domestically produced chips, which are not subject to the strict restrictions imposed by the United States and Europe. By prioritizing domestic chips, we not only enjoy price advantages but also maintain a stable supply chain. As the “chip war” continues, it is crucial for us to continue supporting and developing our domestic chip industry to ensure the stability and competitiveness of our mobile signal blocker market.