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Geneva Convention and RF Jammers

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It's really, in my opinion moronic to ban the use of RF Jammers in war if you're a country that is part of the Geneva Convention, but you can use Nukes. If the U.S. Military were able to use RF Jammers in the middle-east wars a LOT of lives could have been saved from remote detonated (by cell phone or computer) IEDs. They are banned in the U.S. to use by the FCC. They can come in handy I guess for some people in certain situations, so if anyone wants one, here ya go.... http://www.jammerfromchina.com/categories/Remote_Control_Jammers/

Relatively cheap and if TSHTF then you may want one if it comes down to it. Have a warrant for a parking ticket and your kids are waiting for you at home to cook them dinner and it's more important you get home to your family instead of being dragged out of your car and put in Jail for a parking ticket as your car gets towed and you have to pay bail to get out then pay even more money to get your car because you didn't pay the ticket because you parked on the wrong side of the street? Might wanna cut this bad boy on and they can't run your information. It blocks digital and analog television signals, UHF, VHF, citizen band radio freqs, cell phone transmissions and wireless internet in a bubble with a size depending on the watts of the Jammer you use. 

If a private company has these civilian jammers, imagine what the government has. Theoretically, with enough juice and a large enough antenna, all of New York City could be jammed if "THEY" wanted too. 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFRbZJXjWIA

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I failed to mention that RF Jammers can also protect you from this ^

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If you don't want to be put on "the list" here's a link to a former member of a hacking crew known as Ninja Strike Force that has a step by step instructional pdf file on how to build one yourself. http://www.ladyada.net/make/wavebubble/

+1 on building your own.

 Back in the 80's on the east side of Pittsburgh there was a cb'er that got mad at some other cb'ers and de tuned the vco on a junk radio and cut the transmit inhibit line on the pll circuit and hard wired the mic into transmit.

this resulted in a buzzing sound on all 40 channels 40 above and 40 below for about a mile. And ran at low power for the better part of three days on a pair of lantern battery's.

they say he was mad at a group that hung out on top of a hill in a bowling alleys parking lot.

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+1 on building your own.

 Back in the 80's on the east side of Pittsburgh there was a cb'er that got mad at some other cb'ers and de tuned the vco on a junk radio and cut the transmit inhibit line on the pll circuit and hard wired the mic into transmit.

this resulted in a buzzing sound on all 40 channels 40 above and 40 below for about a mile. And ran at low power for the better part of three days on a pair of lantern battery's.

they say he was mad at a group that hung out on top of a hill in a bowling alleys parking lot.

Moral of the story...don't piss off an angry nerd? haha. Nice. 

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Well they quickly learned to get along, and the device got used for war game type fun and a valuable learning tool for a radio sport called "fox hunting". The whole group had fun hiding it, the little shoebox got passed around and a game evolved out of it. Money was even involved for best hider and quickest finder. A motorcycle battery was added. Various antennas were experimented with. The hilltop gatherings turned into group study sessions.

Most of that group ended up getting into ham radio in 91 when they dropped morse code as a requirement. One opened a radio repair shop for professional radios. 

I wonder whatever became of the little box they code named veeger. Named after that cloud in Star Trek that was swallowing up entire galaxies.

sorry for going so far off topic. I just wanted to point out that a "dirty jammer" is pretty easy to make.

 

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VGER wasn't a cloud...haha, sorry, trekkie alert. It was the Voyager space probe launched by the U.S. (the O and the Y was covered up by dirt/dust on the probe) and was inside the cloud and had gained sentience and was looking for it's Creator and doing any and everything to deliver a message wanting to know who created it and

why. So, Radio... it's it theoretically possible for a military version of a jammer with a large and high enough antenna on top of a tall building in (or an array on multiple levels of the tall building) with enough juice to create a wave bubble to encompass an entire city like NYC? Instead of "the iron dome" they can create the electromagnetic dome? Wonder why they're eliminating POTS (plain old telephone service-analog) phone systems? If everything is wireless, everything can be shut down if it is possible to create a monster jammer capable of creating a city sized bubble. Any VOIP phone calls are easy to take out too with a simple script to do a tDos as well. 

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Uh yeah were here to put these antennas up, so that we jam all the frequencies.

It's not that far fetched of a conspiracy theory... Have you ever read on any CT site about this proposed theory? I haven't. 

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A kids toy! http://gcn.com/articles/2011/08/11/p25-radios-eavesdropping-jamming.aspx?m=2 

as far as jamming our phones goes, they don't need a jammer. The gov can order any or all of the phone system to go into priority access mode at any time for any reason.

the electronic iron dome isn't here yet as far as I know. Howsomever, a lot of the stuff in Star Trek has already become real.

hundreds of ppl have been busted by the fcc for using these devices. The only legal user of these devices  are prisons. http://gcn.com/articles/2013/09/05/prison-cell-phones.aspx?m=2 

and if your caught http://tbo.com/news/business/fcc-seffner-man-was-using-cell-phone-jammer-20140429/  

My advice : DONT EVEN THINK OF DOING IT.  You could possibly end up in southern Cuba.

 

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