Jammers are devices used to disrupt or block radio signals thereby preventing the target signals from being received or interpreted correctly. Jammers can be used for various purposes, including:

Jammers are used to counter radio-controlled improvised explosive devices (IEDs). By jamming the radio signals used to detonate the IEDs, the devices can be rendered ineffective.

Jammers are also used by security and law enforcement agencies to disrupt unauthorized communication, such as cell phone signals in secure areas or during hostage situations.

Jammers can also be used to protect VIP’s against roadside bombing

The bomb cannot detonate because of the jammer installed in one of the VIP cars in the convoy

A manpack jammer is a portable device designed to jam or disrupt radio signals in a specific frequency range. These jammers are typically carried by individual soldiers or small units and are used in military operations to disrupt enemy communication and electronic equipment.

Manpack jammers are designed to be rugged, lightweight, and easily carried by a single person.

Some individuals and organizations use jammers to protect their privacy by blocking unwanted signals, such as GPS tracking signals or cell phone signals.

It’s important to note that the use of jammers is regulated in many countries due to the potential for interference with legitimate communication systems. In military operations, the use of jammers is governed by rules of engagement and international law to ensure that they are used responsibly and in accordance with legal and ethical standards.