Dead zone and poor battery reception. It can happen almost anywhere. Public schools are no exception. But why is the school's mobile phone reception bad? Could there be a specific reason? Some people suspect that one thing should be blamed: cell phone jammer.
The mobile phone jammer is its sound. A device designed to prevent cell phone signal transmission or interrupt cell phone reception. Their working principle is to produce interference in the frequency range used by the mobile phone, thereby disrupting the communication between the mobile phone user and the cell phone tower.
But why do people think that cell phone jammers are more common and in use in public schools than in other government agencies? Or even a private company? Perhaps it was because a cell phone jammer was found in school to block cell phone signals.
The use of mobile jammers is actually illegal
Although there are many websites that actively sell "cell jammers" or "signal blockers" to disrupt cellular communications and create impromptu "quiet areas" in cars, schools, theaters, restaurants, and other places, the use of these devices is indeed illegal federal legal.
In fact, not only is it illegal for consumers to use cell phone jammers in the United States, but it is actually illegal for retailers to initially sell them to consumers for use. Visiting the official website of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), its policy is very clear: "We remind and warn consumers to use mobile phone jammers that intentionally interfere with, interfere with or interfere with mobile phones, police radars, GPS and Wi-Fi and other authorized radio communications or Similar equipment violates federal law."
Except for occasional incidents, such as the rogue Florida science teacher who handled the problem himself, it seemed that there was no big conspiracy by the school that used cell phone jammers to prevent students from making calls or texting in class. If anything, for safety and responsibility reasons, maintaining cellular communications is actually the best interest of school officials. Therefore, if interference is not the cause of most of the causes of poor cell phone reception in classrooms, then why is the school’s cell phone reception poor? What can be done to signal at school?