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Remove cell phone harm with the help of high power cell phone jammer

Today cell phone jammers are widely used in many public places. However, the most popular jammer among population is low powered which failed to cover large areas. That's why if you plan to use jammer in prisons, hospitals or oil field than we recommend you high power cell phone jammer. High power cell phone jammer is intended to use for blocking transmitted signals. 

It is not a secret that cell phone radiation could influence our ordinary life. For instance, cell phones could affect the work of highly advanced and important equipment at hospitals, such as cardiac pacemaker and the ECG recorder. In result doctors could inform the wrong diagnosis. Also, use of cell phones at the oil filed and petrol station is very harmful as it could cause explosion. Moreover, criminals could use cell phones to reach their evil goals. With the help of high power cell phone jammer you will avoid all the problems caused by cell phone.

 If speak about high power cell phone jammers, usually they equipped with antenna that help to adjust blocking radius according to your requirements. Moreover, high power jammer is easy to install and owners of cell phone blocker could not worry about its damage. While ordinary cell phone jammer should be installed in surveillance and someone could easily damage it during installation. As regards power supply, UPS and battery backs up the high power cell phone jammer that ensure protection in case of main power failure. Ordinary cell phone jammer does not have the backup. In addition, the authorized personnel could control the operation as cell phone jammers usually controlled by remote control system, while the whole system of normal cell phone jammer is in danger as it is available to anyone.

Our team of highly qualified managers will be glad to answer all your questions and provide the best service in order you to choose jammer which will answer all your needs and wants.  

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