Japanese universities consider introducing cellphone jammer
According to sources, a Japanese police investigation found that a 19-year-old high school graduate in northeastern Japan may seek answers on the Internet during the February entrance exams at four prestigious Japanese universities.
Recently, cellphone signal jammer became the focus of fraud after the entrance examinations at four prestigious universities in Japan such as Kyoto University.
This jammer gsm can transmit radio signals in the 800 MHz band. The band is the main carrier band for Nippon Telegraph and Telephone – Multicom Corporation and Japan’s KDDI Telecom.
Currently, the major corporate users of cellphone jammers are hospitals, concert halls and cinemas.
Dealers for cellphone jammers say universities are now their customers.
Macros Japan says more and more advice comes from universities, while others say it is plagued by fraud.
Although it is unclear whether there is only one person involved in the Internet cheating, it has become a national scandal. It also raises the question of how regulation of the torture exams, the main route to success in Japan, should take place in the era of popularization of smartphones and access to the Internet anytime, anywhere.
It touched the sore point of this egalitarian egalitarian country. The country is having to compromise with the growing economic and social inequality. Many are wondering whether entering a prestigious university – a pass to get the best company and government jobs – is still largely based on student talent as before. And whether some young people have been unfairly helped, as happened in the case of abuse of new technologies.