Public networks are not safe at all, so try to protect your mobile device from them. If possible, avoid connecting and turn off the Wi-Fi module when not in use. You should also know that as long as Wi-Fi uses the 2.4 GHz frequency, it will be interfered by one of our bluetooth jammers. You may need to use it to block all Wi-Fi connections in the area or make your home wireless network unavailable from outside.
I am in Australia and own HPJ-1000, which is a great unit. However, when the antennas are fixed to the device, they are already rotated, resulting in poor output/distance interference of the device. I tried to re-solder the wires and so on, but failed. They seem to be very straightforward antennas, just like in the absence of a circuit, and have replaced all the wires and sma accessories, and replaced the original case, but still can’t meet my requirements. The replacement antenna will be sent from Michael in the Jammer store within three weeks, but I need to use it urgently during this time. What went wrong when I was repairing the antenna? Each unit can be connected, the length of the wire is the same, but the length may differ from the original length by a few millimeters. How critical is the length factor? I can use 4 3db omnidirectional whip antennas, the frequency range is 824-960Mhz 1920-2170Mhz, impedance -50 Ohm, VSWR is less than 2, gain 2.5dBi (824-960Mhz) 3 dBi (1920-2170Mhz), polarization- Vertical, radiation-ohm, maximum power input power -50W.
Someone still has a temporary alternative to increase the output to at least a 5 meter radius. Or someone can tell me to check my meter length by means of ramen, maybe it is the resistance to determine my correct length, etc. Someone still has a temporary alternative to increase the output to at least a 5 meter radius. Or can someone tell me in the way of ramen to check my meter length, maybe resistance to determine my correct length, etc… Any help will be overwhelming… cheers or someone has a temporary alternative to increase the output to at least At least 5 meters radius. Or can someone tell me to check my meter length in the way of ramen, maybe the resistance to determine my correct length etc… Any help will be too numerous to mention… cheers