The use of cell phone signal jammers in schools and prisons needs to follow the following three principles: Principle 1: The application of cell phone jammer cannot be exchanged at the expense of public mobile communication.
For the purpose of applying cell phone signal jammers, some are to prevent cheating in exams, and some are to keep the venue quiet or keep meeting information confidential, all of which are out of good intentions and purposes. But there are also some for selfish interests. For example, the owner of a public phone will use the jammer to interfere with the nearby mobile communication base station, so that people nearby who are doing errands cannot use the mobile phone, but use the public phone to make calls, thereby increasing their own economy. income. In addition, mobile communication operators will also use jammers to harm each other's interests and give themselves an advantage in the competition in the same industry. In addition, cell phone jammers can easily be added with software and used as an eavesdropper. Therefore, no matter what the purpose is, it should not be exchanged at the expense of public mobile communication.
Principle 2: Inappropriate use of cell phone jammers in schools and prisons may cause unnecessary harm to the human body.
Due to the characteristics of the free propagation of radio waves in the air, the cell phone signal jammer will not only hinder the signal of the mobile communication base station in a designated area and achieve its limited purpose, but also cause harm to human health to varying degrees. Therefore, the cell phone signal should be used with caution. Blocker.
Principle 3: Functional management departments should increase supervision and regulate the safe use of cell phone signal jammers in schools and prisons.
For the phenomenon that the demand for mobile phone signal jammers is increasing from all walks of life, functional departments such as the Radio Management and Security Bureau must increase supervision and standardize the use of mobile phone signal jammers.