Jammers Still Posing Problems

Rockwell, Mark
July 2005
Wireless Week;7/15/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 15, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the issuance by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission of a notice in July 2005 that reiterates the illegality of the marketing, sale or operation of wireless phone jammers. Case of a wireless carrier that found its systems jammed; Use of wireless phones to detonate terrorist bomb; Impact of the trade in individual jammers on carriers.


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