How does a high-power cell phone signal jammer dissipate heat? from YIFALIU's blog

The heat dissipation types of high-power cell phone signal jammers are divided into the following two types:

1. Natural heat dissipation

High-power cell phone signal jammers that use natural heat dissipation generally use fully sealed heat dissipation shells. The host is the shell, and the shell is the radiator. The switching power supply, radio frequency module and other components used by all devices are all integrated inside the device. The shell material is generally They are all aluminum and are die-cast with different molds. They are generally used in places with harsh external environments, such as places with a lot of sand and dust, or places that need to be equipped with explosion-proof boxes, such as gas stations, oil depots, hazardous chemicals warehouses, etc. Cell phone signal jammers that use this kind of heat dissipation shell generally require wide coverage, strong ability to adapt to harsh environments, and ensure the normal operation of the internal radio frequency module through natural heat dissipation.

16-Band Handheld High Performance 5G Cell Phone Jammer GPS WiFi Blocker2. Auxiliary fan cooling

There are many types of high-power cell phone signal jammers that use auxiliary fans to dissipate heat. The radiators used in this type of cell phone signal jammers are mainly aluminum profiles. After cutting, the chassis shell is installed, and the RF module and power light components are installed. Installed in the chassis. The heat dissipation is divided into two parts. One part is to extract the heat from inside the chassis and send the air from outside the chassis to the inside to form air convection and transport the heat to the external environment. The second part is to install the fan in the heat dissipation tooth area corresponding to the radiator module, and then the fan dissipates heat to the place that generates more heat to ensure the normal operation of the internal RF module.

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