keeping Your Wi-Fi Connection Exclusive via Anti-Wi-Fi Paint
It is never a good thing to install Wi-Fi in your home for your use only to find out that your neighbors have been able to hack it and mooch off your connection. The most cumbersome thing about it is they probably use it more than you and slow down your connection with their big downloads. Aside from this, you are faced with a real threat of compromised security within your own home. Solutions to this kind of problem remain limited and burdensome.
However, with the new Anti-Wi-Fi paint, your internet security issues may be solved sooner than you think. The Anti-Wi-Fi paint can be used on the walls of the rooms where you want the wireless connection to remain exclusive, and will keep the signal in that room and that room only. Seem impossible? The secret ingredient in the paint is the aluminum-iron oxide particles which basically reverberate suing the same Wi-Fi frequency and radio wave frequency, thus disallowing signals from passing through the layer of paint on your wall. Ultimately, nobody will be able to access you Wi-Fi signal at all from outside the room that is painted with Anti-Wi-Fi paint.
This paint is also especially useful not only for homes, but for movie theaters that want you to switch off your cellular phone during the show, but you don’t do it anyway. With this paint, your cellular phone will be kept silent throughout the whole movie allowing movie customers their undisturbed viewing pleasure. By law wireless signals blocked by electronic jammers is illegal; fortunately, passive approaches, such as Anti-Wi-Fi paint, that will merely prevent wireless signals from passing through a wall, are not.
The Anti-Wi-Fi paint was developed by the University of Tokyo and its team of researchers and scientists. Anti-Wi-Fi paint is alleged to obstruct radio frequencies in a higher spectrum than regular FM radio. The higher spectrum of radio frequencies is where the higher bandwidth communications transpire, such as Wi-Fi signals. This Anti-Wi-Fi paint can block frequencies reaching 100GHz and the University of Tokyo is already developing a paint that will block up to 200 GHz already. Wi-Fi operates at about a 2.4GHz frequency.
Although this is a top notch invention, some are still speculating about the practicality of its use. With everyone getting connected through free Wi-Fi most of the time, there is little doubt that businesses will avoid the extra cost of repainting their establishments to keep their Wi-Fi signals exclusive. At this point, we still don’t know what great purpose this paint can still hope to serve.