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Cellphone jammer complete notes

Cellphone jammer complete notes

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CHAPTER-1
INTRODUCTION
The main purpose of a cell phone jammer is to jam a cell phone signal in adesignated area. Cell phone jammer is radio frequency equipment which produces aRF signal to beat the cell phone frequency and effectively jam the signal whichresults no service to any type of cell phone such as CDMA and GSM in the range of 800MHz to 900MHz.The jammer described here is for 900MHz range. Once the cell phone jammer isoperating, all mobile phones present within the jamming coverage area are blockedand cellular activity in the immediate surroundings is jammed. Presently, cell phones are regularly used by millions of people all over the world. Because we canuse a cell phone from just about anywhere to talk to anybody it is one of the greatestinventions for social and business life today.Even though cell phones have many advantages it eventually arises problems suchas their potential use to invade privacy, contribute to academic cheating, even aid inindustrial espionage. Its great to call anyone at anytime. Unfortunately, restaurants,concerts and temples all suffer from the spread of cell phones because not all cell phone users know when to stop talking. Who hasn’t seethed through one side of aconversation about an incredibly personal situation as the talker shares intimatedetails with his friend as well as everyone else in the area. While most of us justgrumble and move on, some people are actually going to extremes to retaliate.As mentioned above, these situations will cause a nuisance, to avoid these problemswe need to implement jammers. Disrupting a cell phone is the same as jamming anyother type of radio communication. A cell phone works by communicating with itsservice network through a cell tower or base station.
 
A jamming device transmits on the same radio frequencies as the cell phone,disrupting the communication between the phone and the cell phone base station inthe tower. This is called a denial of service attack. The jammer denies service of theradio spectrum to the cell phone users within the range of the jamming device. Aswith other radio jamming, cell phone jammers block cell phone use by sending outradio waves along the same frequencies that cellular phones use. This causes enoughinterference with the communication between cell phones and towers to render the phones unusable. On most retail phones, the network would simply appear out of range. Most cell phones use different bands to send and receive communicationsfrom towers. Jammers can work by either disrupting phone to tower frequencies or tower to phone frequencies.The jammers effect can vary widely based on factors such as proximity to towers,indoor and outdoor settings, presence of buildings and landscape, even temperatureand humidity play a role. The possible application areas of jamming system are:
Prevent industrial espionage where mobile units are used as buggingdevices.
Counter terrorism threats such as remotely detonated bombs in high risk areas.
Eliminate public nuisance in places like movie theaters, restaurants andtemples.1.1
PROJECT OBJECTIVE :
The project involves the design and development of cell phone jammers to block allthe cell phones within the designated area. This device will disrupt cellulacommunication with respect to the following:
Operate in the 900MHz band.
It has a two meter effective blocking radius.
 
CHAPTER-2
SYSTEM CONCEPT
 
The heart of the system is the RF oscillator .The frequency of the oscillator is 900MHz. This is the carrier frequency of the jammer. This frequency is modulated bythe modulating signal given to the base of the transistor and the modulated output isobtained across the collector terminal. This modulated output is connected to theantenna, which converts the electric signal into electromagnetic signal and transmitsit into the space.The receiver, which is the cell phone in our case, receives the transmitted signal andtries to demodulate the signal. Since this signal is not within the bandwidth of thecell it displays "Network Busy" on the LCD panel. Since the power of thetransmitter is greater than the original signal transmitted from the cell phone tower the cell phone will not respond to the original signal.This project effectively jams the cell signals. The heart of the circuit is formed bythe MCU, which is used to generate a square wave. This signal is fed to theintegrator and it is mixed with noise which is generated by the noise generator in theactive mixer. This low level signal is feed to VCO circuit module, which generatesthe equal frequency of RF spectrum to be jammed. The RF signal is then feed into acritical tuned BPF and is feed to amplifier then the amplified signal is fed to high power RF module for further amplification and terminated to antenna.Electronically speaking, cell-phone jammers are very basic devices. The simplest just have an on/off switch and a light that indicates it's on. More complex deviceshave switches to activate jamming at different frequencies.

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