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RF signal jamming equipment is used in Europe

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In recent years, signal jammers have become popular in many European countries

RF transmitters and anything that can generate RF energy is regulated by the FCC to prevent interference with other frequencies and to not interfere with licensed and / or licensed uses of frequencies. That said, I do not know if there is a specific regulation prohibiting the devices as such, but nothing has yet been approved by the FCC for such public use.

I have nothing against people who use their usual cell phone jammer, if they speak in a normal tone and do not scream loudly, but this damn continuous beep is as annoying as being bitten by mosquitoes and listen to the other end of the conversation that is usually returned (REAL LOUD is simply unbearable).

Cell phone jammer

In recent years, terrorist attacks in Europe, particularly in France, have multiplied. These are mainly bomb attacks controlled remotely. The degree of damage of the attack.

The most interesting question is whether passive "scrambling" is allowed. I know that the local clubs, Sam's Club and Lowes, act like natural cages in Faraday, but I wonder if there is anything in the federal code prohibiting the eventual installation of a type of grounding barrier of the signal. I would like to think that private property rights outweigh the rights of mobile phone users, but there are so many things going against private owners these days that I can not help but ask me questions.

Note: I do not ask for advice on how to do something illegally, but rather on how to do it legally ... or even if I can do it legally.

Mods, if it suits MPSIMS better or IMHO, please move it with my apologies


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