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Explore Top-Notch Wi-Fi Bluetooth Network Jammers at thejammerblocker: Enhanced Privacy and Protection of Your Internet by jamming 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wireless Signals.

What is a wifi jammers?

WiFi jammers, people named Bluetooth jamming devices or named wireless network blockers, can interfere with wireless local area network (WLAN) signals by emitting signals, making it impossible for users to connect to 2.4GHz, 5.2GHz, 5.8Ghz wireless networks, and can jam the reception of other wireless signals.

Usually, wireless camera jammer is used to interrupt the Wi-Fi or Bluetooth function of unauthorized mobile phone (mostly used in examination centers), Bluetooth speakers (to keep peaceful sleep environments from noise) and wireless cameras (to prevent from prying eyes).

What frequencies can wifi blockers interfere with?

The frequency range that Internet Blockers can interfere with is generally around 2.4GHz and 5GHz. These two frequency bands are the frequencies currently used by mainstream wireless local area networks. The 2.4GHz frequency band mainly includes the 802.11b/g/n protocol, while the 5GHz frequency band mainly includes the 802.11a/n/ac protocol. Interference with wireless signals in these frequency bands can effectively prevent users from connecting to Wi-fi networks or cause the signal connecting quality to degrade.

Why choose a 5GHz Wifi Signal Blocker instead of a 2.4GHz wireless network jammer?

Typically, 5GHz Wifi Routers blockers are chosen over 2.4GHz wireless signal jammers because 5GHz WiFi signal blockers have a larger spectrum range and can interfere with both 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks. This means that the 5GHz Wifi Blocker can more effectively interfere with various wireless signal devices, such as wireless routers, drones, etc.

In addition, most modern devices support 5GHz networks, so using a 5GHz Wifi signal jammer can cover a wider range of devices.

Therefore, if you need to jam multiple wireless signal devices or need a larger spectrum range, a 5GHz wireless jammer may be a better choice.