October 30th, 2022
As the name suggests, a wifi jammer is a specialized instrument that shields (ie, interferes) wireless signals. According to its working principle, the signal shielded (interfered) by the wireless wifi jammer is a wireless signal, which is an invisible and invisible transmission signal in the air. Wireless signal jammers, also known as wireless frequency jammers, can also indicate their principle characteristics, that is, to shield (interfere) wireless signals of certain specific operating frequencies or frequency bands. The signal transmission of a wired network is through a wired connection, such as a common wired network (network cable), cable TV, wired telephone, etc. The root of signal transmission is the cable. Therefore, when the wireless frequency jammer is working normally, it will not cause signal interference to the wired network.
But there is one situation that needs a special explanation. Since the wireless wifi signal jammer will emit a certain power of interference signal, when the antenna of the wifi frequency jammer is too close to the cable of the wired network, certain interference will be observed. This kind of interference belongs to electromagnetic field interference and is closely related to the distance between the signal source and the target. In fact, simply increasing the distance between the two drastically reduces the strength of the interference. Because, if you're worried about a radio frequency jammer interfering with a wired network, all you need to do is keep the wireless signal jamming antenna some distance away from the wired network's cables.
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