Okay, this blog post’s subject is on how to make a WiFi jammer.
Why in the hell would you want to do that?
Perhaps you are a professor who is holding a Final test for the quarter, the test room is filled with over 300+ people. With the invent of so many WiFi devices, you can never be sure how many students might actually be cheating using a WiFi device to look on Google for test questions and answers. Now, if you had a WiFi jammer to prevent WiFi connections during the test, you have solved at least one of the problems. (And yes, broadband connection is a whole another issue.)
The point is, a WiFi jammer may be useful especially if you can block a specified area, you can also use it as a wifi security perimeter. (This might be good for government locations where they need to jam WiFi in certain areas they don’t want they WiFi leaked.) I know for a fact large organizations/companies don’t even use WiFi because of security but if there was a way to control where WiFi existed using a wifi jammer, this wifi jammer could be very, very useful.
Anyways, I don’t know how to do it but I have found a video that shows you that it can be done.
I will try to update this post if I do find a DIY post on how to make a WiFi jammer or if I figure it out.