This portable unit will instantly block wireless spy cameras, WiFi, and Bluetooth, in the range of 900mhz to 2.4 Ghz. This WiFi jammer device disables almost all types of existing spy cameras working via wireless video, wireless LAN, and bluetooth bands.
Types of jammers
Cellular jammers specifically block cellular signals, meaning cellular devices. If a jammer is active, your cell phone will not have a network signal. Wi-Fi jammers create a frequency to block Wi-Fi connections and disable devices “from connecting to 3G, 4G, GPRS, or cordless Wi-Fi networks.”
While jammers may hamper wireless systems, they have little to no effect on wired security camera systems.
The bottom line is that it's completely legal for your neighbor to point a security camera at your property if it's in plain view and visible from the streets, but there are some further nuances to elaborate on. Just because it's legal, doesn't mean there's nothing to do about it if your privacy is encroached upon.
Also, you can close the curtain or shade on the window to block security cameras. The privacy fence, bamboo curtains and yard shade sails are also effective tools to disable CCTV security cameras. Additionally, you may put up cheap posts with cloth flags along the property line to block the CCTV security camera' view.
As long as your electronic devices are using solid-state media, your electronics are going to be just fine around magnets. In fact, most smartphones and tablets today have magnets inside of the devices themselves!
Hidden Camera Blocking
Tape, spackle or caulk over any drill holes containing hidden listening devices. If you get lucky and find a wired power source for a hidden recording gadget, simply unplugging it may be enough to stop it from recording.
An average laser pointer will probably not damage a security camera. Lasers are beams of light, which produce heat. If a laser makes sustained contact with sensitive materials, such as a camera sensor, it causes physical damage. To disable a security camera with a laser pointer is incredibly hard.
Keep in mind, a mobile signal jammer will not only block voice and text on your phone, it also interferes with GPS, WiFi, and probably most problematic of all — police radar. That's why, as mentioned above, the Federal Government has banned the sale, promotion, and use of cell phone signal jammers in the US.
Yes, lasers do cause damage. Don't directly expose your camera lens to laser beams. They may damage the image sensor and cause the camera to malfunction.
A camera jammer is a device that disables spy and security cameras based on wireless LAN, wireless video, and Bluetooth bands. It is an excellent way to block spy cameras from recording things on your property and maintain your privacy. It can block signals across a frequency range covered by the jammer.
What causes interferences on security cameras? The most common causes include improper camera configuration, poor lighting, power supply issues, shielding damage on cables, flimsy cable installation, improperly terminated output, LED damage, and electrical configuration mismatch.
You receive a written or recorded copy of a private conversation you've had. This is solid proof you have been under surveillance. Sometimes eavesdroppers send copies of private conversations to let you know they have something on you.
Another way to know whether you're being spied on is by checking for suspicious folders or files that are created on your phone (which you're sure you didn't create). If such folders or files are present on your device, then chances are your phone has spyware software installed on it.
Infra Red lasers can blind your camera for sure, but the criminals must have a perfect aim of the camera lens to do this. So using dome cameras with shaded/smoked glasses will make it very hard to target the lenses. Also keep it in mind, this lasers work best at total darkness while your cameras using IR lenses.
Yes, lasers can damage video cameras. This is due to the very focussed rays. A video camera has a very sensitive sensor to transform the immitting photons to electronic impulses. Laser beams have a very high energy density in the point where they hit the camera sensor.
Turn off the lights and draw the curtains (the room must be dark), turn on both the flashlight and phone camera, and point them where you think a hidden device might be lurking. If your suspicions are correct, you will see a glare on the smartphone screen.