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Mobile Phone Jamming A Brief Overview by Robert Maine and Robert Cochrane
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What is it? Cell phone jamming is the use of an electronic device to prevent the transferring of data through a wireless phone
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Is Jamming useful? Jammers can be used practically anywhere Jammers are used primarily where silence is necessary or data transfer might be destructive Jammers are simple to build and use
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Why might cell phone use be destructive? As wireless phones rapidly overtook society in the 21 st century, many problems arose with the quick, easy option to transfer data either by voice or files through them such as : Espionage, Exposure of images, Recording conversation or video remotely, Cheating (Academically), etc.
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How do they work? Jammers simply overflow the frequency used by wireless phones with radio waves Enough interference caused by these waves will prevent communication between a wireless phone and a base tower
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Some Jammers are small, hand-held sized devices
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This note was uploaded on 07/24/2011 for the course EEL 3531 taught by Professor Llewelyn during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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