We can examine and test all phone jammers and similar equipment and report on the specifications, frequency coverage, power output and whether the equipment is lawful to use or not.
The jammer electronic circuit board shown to the right is a high power mobile phone jammer. The circuit has been professionally designed and produced. The two large blue “blocks” to the upper left and lower right are the high power transmitter module, typically running between 25 to 50 Watts.
This jammer would disrupt phone and other services for at least several miles.
The image to the left shows the frequency spectrum of the phone jammer and the four distinct bands that it jams therefore disrupting mobile phone services as well as other legitimate users, these bands being all 2G and 3G phone networks.
In this case the wideband nature of this jammer causes it to disrupt mobile phones, Police and Fire services, burglars alarms aeronautical navigation equipment, and other users.
Jammers such as this one cannot be licensed for use in the UK and their use is illegal. Though it is not illegal to possess one.
We undertake preliminary assessment for free. We offer a free initial consultation, agree the scope of the work to keep down costs, advise clients on progress, and produce jury friendly reports and give evidence in Court.
Phone Spencer Research for an initial free of charge discussion on 01225 482 604 or e-mail.
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