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Does anyone know of a device that can block a radio signal in close proximity (5-10 yards)? We know a young college girl who's in a bedsit next to a deaf old man. He's been asked to turn his radio vo… Read More
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10m, 3w agoPosted 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Does anyone know of a device that can block a radio signal in close proximity (5-10 yards)?
We know a young college girl who's in a bedsit next to a deaf old man. He's been asked to turn his radio volume down or wear headphones. He is obnoxious and rude and denies he is making any noise. He is old, and in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him. A device that works like a mobile phone blocker, but for radio waves would be great. It could be turned on when he has his radio on and turned off at all other times.
I don't really know what to look for, any idea's?
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10m, 3w agoPosted 10 months, 3 weeks ago
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You can get the FM transmitters to use in a car cheap on ebay.
If you worked out what station and therefore what frequency he is listening to, you could set one up to the same with silence and it would't stop but trash his signal to the point he can't use it.
He could be DAB though or too far away with the radio

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#1
You can get the FM transmitters to use in a car cheap on ebay.
If you worked out what station and therefore what frequency he is listening to, you could set one up to the same with silence and it would't stop but trash his signal to the point he can't use it.
He could be DAB though or too far away with the radio
#2
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.

Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
#3
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.
#4
Boxer
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.

Yea, violence is the answer to all of life's problems...

There is such a simple and common sense approach to this situation that I feel that I would be wasting my time even mentioning it.

As for bullying a "frail little girl"... Your solution to that is to bully a frail old man?

As I said, you seem like such a pleasant thug...
#5
RossD89
Boxer
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.
Yea, violence is the answer to all of life's problems...
There is such a simple and common sense approach to this situation that I feel that I would be wasting my time even mentioning it.
As for bullying a "frail little girl"... Your solution to that is to bully a frail old man?
As I said, you seem like such a pleasant thug...
Please tell us where I said my solution was to bully the old man. I'm quite sure I indicated the opposite. In fact the question on here is to find a solution without intimidation.
I would suggest that by falsely accusing me, you appear to be the bully here.
#6
Boxer
RossD89
Boxer
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.
Yea, violence is the answer to all of life's problems...
There is such a simple and common sense approach to this situation that I feel that I would be wasting my time even mentioning it.
As for bullying a "frail little girl"... Your solution to that is to bully a frail old man?
As I said, you seem like such a pleasant thug...
Please tell us where I said my solution was to bully the old man. I'm quite sure I indicated the opposite. In fact the question on here is to find a solution without intimidation.
I would suggest that by falsely accusing me, you appear to be the bully here.

Lol yea okay then...
#7
Boxer
RossD89
Boxer
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.
Yea, violence is the answer to all of life's problems...
There is such a simple and common sense approach to this situation that I feel that I would be wasting my time even mentioning it.
As for bullying a "frail little girl"... Your solution to that is to bully a frail old man?
As I said, you seem like such a pleasant thug...
Please tell us where I said my solution was to bully the old man. I'm quite sure I indicated the opposite. In fact the question on here is to find a solution without intimidation.
I would suggest that by falsely accusing me, you appear to be the bully here.



'..so i cant go round and sort him out.'

sounds like intimidation to me.
banned#8
You sound like a bit of a knob mate. Phone the council and get a noise complaint lodged. Keep a record of it and then the council can enforce it up to an ASBO, I'm sure you know what one of those is, having many under your belt.

If he's in breech of the ASBO you can apply for an eviction notice.

Try Citizens Advice

Edited By: WonkyDoctor on Sep 04, 2016 11:47
#9
Boxer
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.

She's being bullied by an old deaf man because he has his radio turned to a volume he can hear it at?
#10
adamspencer95
Boxer
RossD89
Boxer
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.
Yea, violence is the answer to all of life's problems...
There is such a simple and common sense approach to this situation that I feel that I would be wasting my time even mentioning it.
As for bullying a "frail little girl"... Your solution to that is to bully a frail old man?
As I said, you seem like such a pleasant thug...
Please tell us where I said my solution was to bully the old man. I'm quite sure I indicated the opposite. In fact the question on here is to find a solution without intimidation.
I would suggest that by falsely accusing me, you appear to be the bully here.
'..so i cant go round and sort him out.'
sounds like intimidation to me.
Again with the false accusation. I did not say sort him out. I clearly indicated I cant and sort him means stop him from making noise. It does not indicate any form of personal violence.
You really are an obnoxious bully, twisting words to imply nonsense.
Go away.
#11
WonkyDoctor
You sound like a bit of a knob mate. Phone the council and get a noise complaint lodged. Keep a record of it and then the council can enforce it up to an ASBO, I'm sure you know what one of those is, having many under your belt.

If he's in breech of the ASBO you can apply for an eviction notice.

Try Citizens Advice
Done all that.
#12
ceres
Boxer
Please tell us where I said my solution was to bully the old man. I'm quite sure I indicated the opposite. In fact the question on here is to find a solution without intimidation.
I'm not clear what solution it is you're seeking. Are you attempting to block the signal to the neighbour's radio so that he can no longer listen to his radio?


Blocking radio signals can be illegal ... as it would not just block your neighbours but also any radio frequency and that includes authorities signals.

Best just simply talk to him.
#13
The answer to your question is legally no there is no product.

If out of hours noise then contact the council and make a formal complaint.

If not then maybe get the girl to go round and talk to him. Maybe him having the radio on a lot is because he is lonely.

I'm also guessing he is partially deaf or him having the radio on is somewhat pointless.

If all else fails noise cancelling headphones and earplugs.
#14
Boxer
adamspencer95
Boxer
RossD89
Boxer
RossD89
in the past has had a stroke so I cant go round and sort him.
Wow, you sound like such a pleasant thug.
Its so nice to hear the opinion of someone who does nothing when a frail little girl, who's only trying to improve her life, is being bullied. I imagine your the type who crosses the road rather than face someone who needs help.
Thanks for your views.
Yea, violence is the answer to all of life's problems...
There is such a simple and common sense approach to this situation that I feel that I would be wasting my time even mentioning it.
As for bullying a "frail little girl"... Your solution to that is to bully a frail old man?
As I said, you seem like such a pleasant thug...
Please tell us where I said my solution was to bully the old man. I'm quite sure I indicated the opposite. In fact the question on here is to find a solution without intimidation.
I would suggest that by falsely accusing me, you appear to be the bully here.
'..so i cant go round and sort him out.'
sounds like intimidation to me.
Again with the false accusation. I did not say sort him out. I clearly indicated I cant and sort him means stop him from making noise. It does not indicate any form of personal violence.
You really are an obnoxious bully, twisting words to imply nonsense.
Go away.


before you edited your thread, that's exactly what you said. i quoted you directly so you can say what you want about false accusations.

its not bullying if a deaf, old man is trying to listen to his radio and someone disagrees. yet your first instinct is to try and block his radio?

real mature
#15
I watched a program once where someone had the same problem, they ended up buying them headphones themselves, perhaps you could buy him some wireless ones? having once been hard of hearing i suspect he has no idea how loud it is, and no matter what you say he will still think it's quite enough.

talking is the way to go here.

and I just wanted to add, you really did make it sound like that ordinarily you would have gone round to sort him out - but don't think that's what you meant.
#16
Buy him a pair of wireless headphones
#17
It would be wrong to sort him, but maybe you could go sort his radio volume issue with a hammer?
#18
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WonkyDoctor
You sound like a bit of a knob mate. Phone the council and get a noise complaint lodged. Keep a record of it and then the council can enforce it up to an ASBO, I'm sure you know what one of those is, having many under your belt.

If he's in breech of the ASBO you can apply for an eviction notice.

Try Citizens Advice
Done all that.


I had an issue with anti social behaviour. I'm not a snob but it's a rented house in a private development and the previous 3 tenants over 8 years were all great.

This one I spoke to resolve the issue, he escalated his behaviour, we had a case open with the council who said anymore call the Police they will update the file.

Police went round twice, no difference.
Went to the letting agents as per Citizens Advice, agents weren't interested.

One day I lost it, went out to confront him and his 2 mates all 3 were 15 years my junior.
I ended up in an argument and he tried to physically push me around so I restrained him.

Next the police wanted to know, we were both charged with common assault, a week later it was dropped.

Upshot, he went quiet as a mouse and 5 months later when tenancy was up he moved out.

Neighbours all patted me on the back the day he moved out, the neighbours who were annoyed to but did nothing whatsoever.

Direct action is sometimes the only way, difference is me and the OP have the balls to do it unlike the whiney B*tches that just moan on about it...
#19
IRONM4N_UK
Boxer
WonkyDoctor
You sound like a bit of a knob mate. Phone the council and get a noise complaint lodged. Keep a record of it and then the council can enforce it up to an ASBO, I'm sure you know what one of those is, having many under your belt.
If he's in breech of the ASBO you can apply for an eviction notice.
Try Citizens Advice
Done all that.

I had an issue with anti social behaviour. I'm not a snob but it's a rented house in a private development and the previous 3 tenants over 8 years were all great.
This one I spoke to resolve the issue, he escalated his behaviour, we had a case open with the council who said anymore call the Police they will update the file.
Police went round twice, no difference.
Went to the letting agents as per Citizens Advice, agents weren't interested.
One day I lost it, went out to confront him and his 2 mates all 3 were 15 years my junior.
I ended up in an argument and he tried to physically push me around so I restrained him.
Next the police wanted to know, we were both charged with common assault, a week later it was dropped.
Upshot, he went quiet as a mouse and 5 months later when tenancy was up he moved out.
Neighbours all patted me on the back the day he moved out, the neighbours who were annoyed to but did nothing whatsoever.
Direct action is sometimes the only way, difference is me and the OP have the balls to do it unlike the whiney B*tches that just moan on about it...
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This young girl is in the same boat. The offensive little man is fully aware off his actions and has been offered head phones and said "I'm not being effin tethered" this was to the young girl. I offered him some wireless headphones and he was very rude, also a decent pocket radio with earphones and we even said we'd take his rubbish out each week if he would stop at least 3 nights a week. This has all been met with obnoxiousness (if there is such a word). And the little sweetheart still takes his rubbish out because he leaves it stinking outside his bedsit. This geezer knows what he's doing.
The two rooms are in a converted garage and the main house is where she has some friends from the college so she doesn't want to move.
We're hoping someone moves out of the main house so she can get in there.
I do apologise to the nice people out there if I sounded like a thug.

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