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RF Jammers: Advantages and Disadvantages

Using RF Jammers is better than not using RF jammers because the alternative can be deadly, when going up against IED threats such as RCIEDs or Remote Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices.

RF Jammers or an RF Jammer emits radio interference and saturates the environment with electromagnetic energy. This is helpful when trying to suppress a radio receiver from acquiring a detonation signal via remote control in order to trigger the improvised explosive device it is connected to.

Why are RF Jammers better than Cellular Phone Jammers? RF Jammers, unlike Cell Jammers, can penetrate a broader spectrum of frequency bands used to activate RCIEDs. The advantage for blocking broad ranges of radio signal pathways is the blocking of possible detonation signals sent by a terrorist or insurgent.

That is, anyone trying to detonate an improvised explosive device or IED by sending a radio signal to a radio trigger will encounter too much interference to set off the explosive by radio actuator.

The disadvantage of RF Jammers involves the inoperability of radio, cellular, or satellite communications. That means you will not be able to call anyone for help using a wireless radio or phone during an ambush while driving, guarding a checkpoint, border, or building.

RF Jammers are designed to block all communications. However, some RF Jammers are available with communication window gaps or an opening amongst the incursion of jamming interference. Some of these 'windows' permit 1 and 2 way communication to take place.

For more information on RF Jammers, go to the Bomb Jammer site at http://www.bombjammer.com 

A Note to Resellers of RF Jammers:

If you are interested in offering RF Jammers to your government, CLICK HERE.

 

 

Legal Notice on RF Jammers on this site:  All RF Jammers and their respective technology including Bomb Jamming devices, IED Jamming devices, RF Jamming devices, and RCIED Jamming devices in part or whole are strictly regulated by the US Department of State in accordance with the guidelines in the International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) per title 22, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Parts 120-130 . Therefore, if you are outside the United States of America, INCLUDING Canada, an export license must be obtained.  Any sales and any shipments are subject to license approval by US Department of State.  Please note: This website is intended only as a proprietary notice and does not constitute an offer to sell any type of jamming devices or technologies. Such an offer to sell can only be made by an official Homeland Security Strategies Inc. proforma invoice signed by an authorized agent of HSS and conform to ITAR and the US Code of Federal Regulations, as specified above.


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