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  • South Africa: Parly Jamming Case to Go to the SCA
    South Africa: Parly Jamming Case to Go to the SCA
    • 2015-09-11

    Media houses and other organisations challenging the signal jamming during the State of the Nation address in February and Parliament's policy on broadcasting have been granted leave to appeal the matter at the Supreme Court of Appeal, an attorney for the applicants tweeted on Thursday. "@ewnreporte...

  • 32 jail officials smuggled prohibited items inside Tihar: Government
    32 jail officials smuggled prohibited items inside Tihar: Government
    • 2015-09-07

    New Delhi: Thirty-two Tihar officials have been found allegedly involved in smuggling of prohibited items, including mobile phones and chargers, inside the prison complex during the last three years, the Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday. Disciplinary actions have been initiated in all the cases e...

  • India targets illegal cell phone towers
    India targets illegal cell phone towers
    • 2015-08-28

    Authorities in the Indian capital have launched a crackdown on mobile-phone antenna towers illegally placed atop hospitals, schools and homes in residential neighborhoods. At least 3,400 towers have been installed illegally in New Delhi, Mayor Kanwar Sen said. Authorities told cell phone operators t...

  • Faster 4G for mobile phones in Ellingham
    Faster 4G for mobile phones in Ellingham
    • 2015-08-24

    Mobile-phone network O2 has announced it started work this week to bring its 4G service to Ellingham as well as improving its 2G and 3G network. Work was scheduled to be completed by yesterday and subject to successful implementation and testing, customers will see the new and improved service short...

  • Smaller and smarter antennas for military use
    Smaller and smarter antennas for military use
    • 2015-08-17

    When it comes to protecting the men and women of the armed forces, University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher Nader Behdad focuses his work on an obstacle most people wouldn’t associate with combat: the physical limitations of low-frequency antennas. For decades, the military has sought to take grea...

  • Residents near prison denied access to mobile connectivity
    Residents near prison denied access to mobile connectivity
    • 2015-08-10

    Scores of residents who live in the vicinity of the Kalapet Central Prison are being denied access to mobile connectivity ever since jammers were fitted on the jail premises as a security measure. The Puducherry government had installed three jammers supplied by Bharat Heavy Electricals (BHEL) in th...

  • Prison cellphone jamming gets its first test in Maryland
    Prison cellphone jamming gets its first test in Maryland
    • 2015-08-07

    As we wait for the Safe Prisons Communication Act to pass the House, word comes out of Maryland that FCI Cumberland will begin testing cellphone jamming technology this week. As you well know, critics of the plan have voiced concerns that the technology could interfere with emergency response and le...

  • 5G Hype Aside, True 4G Is Finally Materializing, Says IHS
    5G Hype Aside, True 4G Is Finally Materializing, Says IHS
    • 2015-07-31

    CAMPBELL, CA--(Marketwired - July 23, 2015) - IHS (IHS) today released excerpts from its 2015 IHS Infonetics 4G and 5G Strategies and Vendor Leadership: Global Service Provider Survey, for which operators were interviewed about their LTE network deployment plans, challenges and service offerings. Ha...

  • California turns to jamming tech to disable pesky drones
    California turns to jamming tech to disable pesky drones
    • 2015-07-22

    Legislators in California are considering jamming technology to disable drones that interfere with firefighting work even though federal regulations prohibit its use. A pair of bills introduced this week in the California legislature call for jail time and stiffer fines for misuse of drones, as well...

  • Residents around Tihar hit by phone jammers
    Residents around Tihar hit by phone jammers
    • 2015-07-17

    Security arrangements at Tihar Jail are causing signal problem for local residents. This was brought to the notice of jail authorities on Wednesday. Sources from the jail blamed the ‘robust infrastructure’ being utilised by ‘newer telecom service providers’ to upgrade their jamming capabilities and ...

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