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by micky1966 on Thu Jun 14, 2012 8:17 am

hi, i have a question about jammer if someone can tell me if im wrong that will be apreciate.

if you get a bug detector with the frequency of detecting it 1mhz to 6.5GHZ ypu can serve this frequency (all frequency received) and only make
a circuit with noise and join this circuit to the bug detector to jamming the frequency received?
sorry for my language im french canadian
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Re: wave bubble

by micky1966 on Thu Jun 14, 2012 8:18 am

you can reply to me at michelboucher39@hotmail.com
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Re: wave bubble

by TheFallen on Fri Jun 15, 2012 2:53 am

I think what you're trying to describe is what's called a "Reactive Jammer" They are pretty common for Military Electronic Warefare suites. The idea is that you toggle between an RF scanner and an RF jammer very quickly (obviously you cannot have both on at the same time) and should any unwanted signals be detected then the jammer acts to interfere with them.

I think it'd would be a wonderful idea to have a go at making something like this, but a wavebubbles maximum frequency is ~400MHz to 3.6GHz and thus won't do the RF bug detector justice.

Please note the wavebubble is NOT suitable for military purposes, in fact it most like will set IEDs off, just about the time you're about travel over them.
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