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April 8, 2011

IR Remote Control Jammer Review

at 9:31 pm. Filed under Electronic Hacks


The IR Jammer has been selling very well and is also available in the Maker Shed. PCB Heaven was kind enough to kick the tires and do a full review on the IR Jammer.

“Alan’s IR R-C jammer does exactly this. It has 4 powerful IR LEDs that are driven with pulses of specific frequency. One excellent feature of this Kit, is that it does not transmit one single frequency. That is because, there are several standardized IR transmitting carrier frequencies, and you can never be sure which frequency your remote control sends. In general, IR remote controls may transmit with 30kHz, 33kHz, 36kHz, 38kHz, 40kHz and 56kHz carrier wave frequency. To avoid conflicts and increase reliability, many remote controls may transmit with more than one frequency, making them more difficult to jam.”


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