DEFINITION: A cell phone jammer is a device that blocks transmission or reception of signals, usually by creating some form of interference at the same frequency ranges that cell phones use. As a result, a cell phone user will either lose the signal or experience a significant loss of signal quality.Cell phone jammers have both benign and malicious uses. Police and the military often use them to limit or disrupt
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