In recent years, with the increasing awareness of privacy, many places have installed Cell Phone Jammers. However, sometimes people encounter a problem where the jammer is turned on, but the mobile phone still shows a signal. This article aims to explore the reasons behind this issue and provide possible solutions.
- Inadequate Signal Blocking Range
- Unstable Signal Blocking Effectiveness
- False Signal Display
1. Inadequate Signal Blocking Range:
When a mobile phone displays a signal and functions normally, such as making calls or using social media apps, despite the jammer being turned on, it indicates that the jammer is not effectively blocking the signal. In such cases, if the phone loses signal when brought closer to the jammer, it suggests the presence of a nearby base station or signal amplifier. This further implies that the current jammer being used is unable to meet the specific signal blocking requirements of the location. In such scenarios, installing high-power jammers may be necessary to achieve the desired signal blocking effect.
2. Unstable Signal Blocking Effectiveness:
If a mobile phone displays a signal but experiences poor call quality, it suggests that the signal blocking effect of the jammer is at a critical state. Although there is some blocking effect, the range of signal blocking is unstable. Similar to the previous case, if the phone loses signal when brought closer to the jammer, it indicates the presence of a nearby base station or signal amplifier. This situation may occur due to the varying signal strength from the base station to the location where the jammer is being used. Additionally, certain phones with strong anti-interference capabilities may also experience this issue. To address this, installing additional high-power jammers can help stabilize the signal blocking range.
3. False Signal Display:
When a mobile phone displays a signal, but in reality, it cannot make calls or access the internet, and suddenly shows no signal or limited service during a call, it can be concluded that the displayed signal is false. In such cases, the phone is actually being blocked by the jammer. This situation can also be identified if the phone loses signal when brought closer to the jammer. The size of the signal blocking range of a Cell Phone Jammer depends on the strength of the mobile signal in the location where it is being used. In areas with strong mobile signals, the jammer’s blocking distance will be shorter, while in places with weak signals, the jammer’s blocking distance will be greater.
Understanding the reasons behind the ineffectiveness of Cell Phone Jammers is crucial for ensuring their proper usage. Inadequate signal blocking range, unstable signal blocking effectiveness, and false signal display are the common issues that users may encounter. By identifying these problems, appropriate measures such as installing high-power jammers can be taken to enhance the signal blocking capabilities and protect privacy effectively.