Is it possible to blocker hidden Bluetooth earplugs alone?

  • alexytonyalexytony
    Hello, I am an educator, and as more and more advanced technology, many students begin to cheat with high technology. One of them is the hidden bluetooth earplugs. I think I need a jammer that can blocker the Bluetooth signal alone without affecting others. But which specific jammer should be used has not been conclusive. If you can help me, I will be grateful!
  • PerfectjammerPerfectjammer
    Hello, alexytony. 
    In general, Bluetooth earplugs use the 2.4GHz frequency. You can choose a jammer that can blocker this frequency. In addition, if you need to jammer bluetooth / wireless signal frequency alone, then you can choose a signal jammer with adjustable power function  or with a separate band switch. Of course, signal jammer are not the only thing that I think should be used as a last resort. Before using the disruptor, you can communicate with the students first, after all, the risk of cheating is found to be great.
  • addison
    Hi, buddy! 
    I've heard that China has used this kind of exam jammer. Once the device is turned on, the nearby cell phone signal, WIFI signal and bluetooth signal will fail. You can refer to the type of jammer used by China education. In addition to using jammers, there is a good way to do it. Let student turn off that cell phone before the examination. I don't think cell phones are a necessity during the exam. I hope your problem can be solved.

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