Where to Buy a Cellular Phone Jammer (no lectures or legal..

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(-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)

Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
 
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Kathleen Carmody wrote:
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> (-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>
> Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)

Fine, no jammer lectures.

But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.

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"Notan" <notan@ddress.com> wrote in message
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> Kathleen Carmody wrote:
>>
>> (-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>>
>> Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
>> stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
>> that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
>> jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>
> Fine, no jammer lectures.
>
> But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
> e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.
>
> Notan

And one of the Mayors Council Members to boot! Nothing like community
service eh?

Steve Banks
 

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Steven Banks wrote:
> "Notan" <notan@ddress.com> wrote in message
> news:42BDAA6E.9232A83C@ddress.com...
>
>>Kathleen Carmody wrote:
>>
>>>(-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>>>
>>>Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
>>>stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
>>>that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
>>>jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>>
>>Fine, no jammer lectures.
>>
>>But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
>>e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.
>>
>>Notan
>
>
> And one of the Mayors Council Members to boot! Nothing like community
> service eh?
>
> Steve Banks
>
>


And anybody that assumes the OP is who is represented in the message
header is stretching. I'm no expert, but there's nothing that
guarantees any message is contains legit header info, including yours
and mine.

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Jer wrote:
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> Steven Banks wrote:
> > "Notan" <notan@ddress.com> wrote in message
> > news:42BDAA6E.9232A83C@ddress.com...
> >
> >>Kathleen Carmody wrote:
> >>
> >>>(-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
> >>>
> >>>Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> >>>stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> >>>that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> >>>jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
> >>
> >>Fine, no jammer lectures.
> >>
> >>But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
> >>e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.
> >>
> >>Notan
> >
> >
> > And one of the Mayors Council Members to boot! Nothing like community
> > service eh?
> >
> > Steve Banks
> >
> >
>
> And anybody that assumes the OP is who is represented in the message
> header is stretching. I'm no expert, but there's nothing that
> guarantees any message is contains legit header info, including yours
> and mine.

If the poster *isn't* who he/she says she is, forging a (local)
government employee's e-mail address warrants more than just a
slap on the wrist.

Either way (legit or not), the poster isn't the brightest.

Notan
 
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Kathleen Carmody wrote:
> (-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)

Tough cookies...

> Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)

There are none. It sounds like you already knew jammers are illegal in the
US, but just didn't want to be reminded again.



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You may not want them but you're gonna get them.


"Kathleen Carmody" <councilmembercarmody@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us> wrote in
message news:Ma2dnax9_uCdOyDfRVnyjw@skypoint.com...
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> (-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>
> Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>
 
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In article <42BDAA6E.9232A83C@ddress.com>, Notan <notan@ddress.com>
wrote:

> > Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> > stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> > that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> > jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>
> Fine, no jammer lectures.
>
> But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
> e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.

It's illegal to use, not illegal to own.

Maybe she wants to take one apart and look at it.
 
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"Elmo P. Shagnasty" wrote:
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> In article <42BDAA6E.9232A83C@ddress.com>, Notan <notan@ddress.com>
> wrote:
>
> > > Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> > > stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> > > that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> > > jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
> >
> > Fine, no jammer lectures.
> >
> > But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
> > e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.
>
> It's illegal to use, not illegal to own.
>
> Maybe she wants to take one apart and look at it.

I hadn't even considered that! <g>

The problem is, if Kathleen Carmody really posted this request,
and there are any cellular issues at http://ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us/,
who do ya think they're gonna look to for answers?

Notan
 
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http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZglobalQ2dgadgetsdotnet

These are from UK, but have been reviewed to work well. Not too likely to
find a US source, unless you know someone who works IT in a Hospital or
something like that.

"Kathleen Carmody" <councilmembercarmody@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us> wrote in
message news:Ma2dnax9_uCdOyDfRVnyjw@skypoint.com...
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> (-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>
> Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>
 
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In article <42BDCED8.C0F5FBC5@ddress.com>, Notan <notan@ddress.com>
wrote:

> The problem is, if Kathleen Carmody really posted this request,
> and there are any cellular issues at http://ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us/,
> who do ya think they're gonna look to for answers?

If it's like the rest of the cellular world, they're going to look right
at the provider. Because none of them can seem to get it right.
 
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In this "I'll sue your ass off" day and age... let me predict what will
happen.

They get an illegal cell phone jammer. At first nobody really notices. Then
all of a sudden, people start to wonder why no one is getting any service in
THAT building, yet a few feet, yards away they get crystal clear reception.
Then later as everything plays out, someone will need to make or receive
that ONE emergency call... the ONE call that really is a life or death
matter, and they can't! Here come the suits against the person responsible
for using the unit and the city government.

I think people will eventually figure out why not one person can make or
receive a call in that building. The rest will be history or should I say
herstory.

Just a guess,
Steve Banks
 

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Notan wrote:
> Jer wrote:
>
>>Steven Banks wrote:
>>
>>>"Notan" <notan@ddress.com> wrote in message
>>>news:42BDAA6E.9232A83C@ddress.com...
>>>
>>>
>>>>Kathleen Carmody wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>(-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>>>>>
>>>>>Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
>>>>>stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
>>>>>that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
>>>>>jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>>>>
>>>>Fine, no jammer lectures.
>>>>
>>>>But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
>>>>e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.
>>>>
>>>>Notan
>>>
>>>
>>>And one of the Mayors Council Members to boot! Nothing like community
>>>service eh?
>>>
>>>Steve Banks
>>>
>>>
>>
>>And anybody that assumes the OP is who is represented in the message
>>header is stretching. I'm no expert, but there's nothing that
>>guarantees any message is contains legit header info, including yours
>>and mine.
>
>
> If the poster *isn't* who he/she says she is, forging a (local)
> government employee's e-mail address warrants more than just a
> slap on the wrist.
>
> Either way (legit or not), the poster isn't the brightest.
>
> Notan


Not the brightest? Kinda like people that use cell phones where their
use is inappropriate? I know three places that use cell jammers in the
U.S. but I'm not tellin because somebody will get pissed and ruin an
otherwise splendid place to visit.

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In article <2-KdnQ9kg-NwriPfRVn-oA@comcast.com>,
"Steven Banks" <roadkingman_FINGER_@hotmail.com> wrote:

> They get an illegal cell phone jammer. At first nobody really notices. Then
> all of a sudden, people start to wonder why no one is getting any service in
> THAT building, yet a few feet, yards away they get crystal clear reception.

Business as usual from the cell phone companies, actually.
 

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In article <Ma2dnax9_uCdOyDfRVnyjw@skypoint.com>,
councilmembercarmody@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us says...
>
> (-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>
> Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
> stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
> that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
> jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>
>
might try this guy if he is still in business, according to the
dates of the documents he still has a few days left....
http://www.fcc.gov/eb/Orders/2005/DA-05-1622A1.html
 

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In article <11bt796hh8c04af@corp.supernews.com>,
jseymour@LinxNet.com says...
> I guess his commercial endeavor's continued viability depends on
> whether it can tolerate $99,000 per day of fines ;). (Although I'm
> not sure I'm reading that right. Recalling my studies, I had
> *thought* fines under the Communications Act were limited to $10,0000
> per violation [at the time--looks like it went up], regardless of how
> long it went on. Actually, $10,000 or time in the slammer, IIRC.)
>
> I bet Ms. Brooklyn-Center-Council-Member Kathleen Carmody's
> constituency will be just *thrilled* with her over *that* expense.
> One imagines $11,000 per day of FCC fines is a pretty decent chunk of
> change for a municipality of only 29,000 residents.
>
>
>
thing is there are people selling the equipment in the United
States, and Canada. As far as this specific vendor I would
imagine he no longer lives in the United States and the
government is going to spend more money in collecting the fines
than the fines total, if they decide to collect. As for the post
itself, I see nothing wrong with it. It's a request for
information. Anyone that wants to spend an hour at
http://www.google.com/ can find a way to get what the poster
wants. Particularly someone who lives so close to Canada. And
with a technology that is legal in the United States. But I'm
not going to give you that link, do the work yourself.
 
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In article <MPG.1d289cb591b0c86c9896a1@news-server.cfl.rr.com>,
djk <djk@spam.operamail.com> wrote:

> thing is there are people selling the equipment in the United
> States, and Canada. As far as this specific vendor I would
> imagine he no longer lives in the United States and the
> government is going to spend more money in collecting the fines
> than the fines total, if they decide to collect. As for the post
> itself, I see nothing wrong with it. It's a request for
> information. Anyone that wants to spend an hour at
> http://www.google.com/ can find a way to get what the poster
> wants. Particularly someone who lives so close to Canada. And
> with a technology that is legal in the United States. But I'm
> not going to give you that link, do the work yourself.

That's right.

There's no inherent right to make a cell phone call. I don't care if
you are having a heart attack; if you try to make a call and can't,
there's no one to blame. Cell phones are a convenience; if you turn
yours into a mandatory lifesaving device, then you'd better have
something other than traditional cell phone service.

If you want to make a call for whatever reason and you can't, and there
isn't a jammer around, what will you do--sue the cell phone company
because they have shitty coverage? Sue the guy whose house/office
you're in because he lives in a shitty coverage area or has made
building decisions that prevent the cell phone from working optimally?

It doesn't take an hour to find something in Google; it takes more like
10 seconds:

http://slate.msn.com/id/2092059/

which says, among other things:

> Americans seeking a legal way to jam cell phones can look into "passive"
> jamming technologies. For instance, lining your office in lead should ensure
> that no signals get in or out. But if lead is too industrial to suit your
> dcor, a more genteel alternative exists: You could install "magnetic wood"
> paneling throughout. A Japanese scientist, Hideo Oka, has invented a new kind
> of building material
> (http://www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=ns99992461), saturated with
> magnetic particles made of nickel-zinc ferrite that supposedly deflect 97
> percent of mobile-phone signals.


You know, a better way to handle things would be to have a system
whereby the phone automatically goes to a silent mode (or, for schools,
be turned off) when it crosses the threshold of someplace where the
owner doesn't want distraction--church, theater, whatever.

Make the owner put up a sign at each entrance, similar to the "smoking
prohibited" signs that are popping up as a result of no-smoking
ordinances, and that's that. That would require the cooperation of the
phone manufacturers, but that should be no big deal.
 
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"Elmo P. Shagnasty" <elmop@nastydesigns.com> wrote in message
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> In article <2-KdnQ9kg-NwriPfRVn-oA@comcast.com>,
> "Steven Banks" <roadkingman_FINGER_@hotmail.com> wrote:
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>> They get an illegal cell phone jammer. At first nobody really notices.
>> Then
>> all of a sudden, people start to wonder why no one is getting any service
>> in
>> THAT building, yet a few feet, yards away they get crystal clear
>> reception.
>
> Business as usual from the cell phone companies, actually.
>
>
I have a friend who has a cell blocker. It looks like a cell phone and
blocks within about a 15 foot radius. Works great in restaurants when the
jerks are yapping and C. turns it on. Suddenly things become quiet.Love it.
Wish I had one.
 

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On Sat, 25 Jun 2005 13:44:16 -0500, Kathleen Carmody
<councilmembercarmody@ci.brooklyn-center.mn.us> wrote:

>
>(-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>
>Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
>stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
>that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
>jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)

Tax dollars at work. Don't you just love it!
 
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Jer wrote:
> Steven Banks wrote:
>> "Notan" <notan@ddress.com> wrote in message
>> news:42BDAA6E.9232A83C@ddress.com...
>>
>>> Kathleen Carmody wrote:
>>>
>>>> (-PLEASE- No lectures or legal suppositions needed or desired)
>>>>
>>>> Anyone know where to purchase a cellular phone jammer, preferably
>>>> stateside. There are vendors off shore, but none here in CONUS
>>>> that I know of. Please post here any US vendors that sell cellular
>>>> jammers. (Extra points for relating your experience with using one.)
>>>
>>> Fine, no jammer lectures.
>>>
>>> But, I must say that you're not very smart to use your real
>>> e-mail address, in attempting to procure illegal equipment.
>>>
>>> Notan
>>
>>
>> And one of the Mayors Council Members to boot! Nothing like community
>> service eh?
>>
>> Steve Banks
>>
>>
>
>
> And anybody that assumes the OP is who is represented in the message
> header is stretching. I'm no expert, but there's nothing that
> guarantees any message is contains legit header info, including yours
> and mine.

All emails contain at least some legitimate header info. Forged headers
are easily identified and discarded. What it boils down to is that the
sender's ISP can almost always be identified, and law enforcement
agencies can subpena the ISP to release the sender's true identity.

--
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