Many museums prohibit the use of mobile phones because they can be harmful to art. Museum owners and staff can use cell phone jammers to ensure that no one is using cell phones in prohibited areas. Even aspiring artists who show their work to the audience can find this device very useful. If you are worried that the artwork will be damaged by the flashlight of the mobile phone, you can use the mobile cell phone jammer to find the usage of the mobile phone in the artwork display area.
Invent a new way to stop communication and smuggling, and people will find a solution. The hybrid method is the most effective and allows prisoners to guess. This also helps to avoid “help” from internal sources, because different people perform different tasks. Restrict the entry of contraband. Visible features such as metal detectors and X-ray equipment can deter smuggling. Portable detection devices, random screens and well-trained staff will also help with this problem. For the more “smart” smugglers, tall fences and mosquito nets, drone jammers, strike devices, etc., other devices should be removed. Especially useful are signal detectors. It can locate cell, video and audio transmission for quick deletion. Cell phone jammers are useful for phones trying to get through. Transmitter overlap can prevent interruption. Repeated signal detection and exit search can detect outgoing messages.