TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Cellular Jamming? Think Again.

Re: Cellular Jamming? Think Again.

mc (
Thu, 30 Jun 2005 01:08:03 -0400

> The law should be modestly amended to declare those using cellphones
> in theaters, churches, and other places of public assembly outlaws
> subject to pummeling by the inconvenienced other inmates of such
> assembly. Exception might be made for surviving, on duty, emergency
> personnel. ;^)

Here I think there is a market for cell phone *detectors*. Cell
phones transmit every few minutes even when you're not making or
receiving a call, in order to keep the tower apprised of where they
are. "Turn off your cell phone" could have more teeth if equipment
were in use to detect cell phones that were still turned on.

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