How Mobile Phone Jammers Affect Red Blood Cells
The anti-jamming system 200 will first strike a sub-portion 305A. This will provide enough energy to generate plasma within the sub-portion. The beam steering mechanism will then direct the laser signal to a sub-portion 305B or 305D. These two sub-portions are shaped differently so that the signal will be absorbed more effectively. Once this occurs, the laser source will be unable to jam the signal.
The blood parameters of the experimental group were similar before and after exposure to jammers. The RBC, WBC, lymphocyte, and hemoglobin content were all similar between experimental and sham groups. The RBC, platelet, and MCHC were all reduced in the experimental group, but increased in the control group. Furthermore, the MCV and MHC values were similar between experimental and sham groups.
The study also looked at the impact of mobile phone jammers on various hematological factors. These factors include mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration, which is the amount of hemoglobin in a RBC. The red blood cell distribution width (RDW), which measures the deviation of RBC size in a sample of blood, was also studied. These factors were found to be affected by the presence of jammers.
Another way to combat the problem of jamming signals is by adjusting the size of the anti-jamming system. The anti-jamming system changes its plasma shield’s density and size depending on the communication system being jammed. The anti-jamming system will also change the frequency and density of the electromagnetic signal. Once a plasma shield is placed within the signal, it will no longer be able to pass through.