Mobile Phone Jammer

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Friday, 19 September 2014


Helitech International 2014

Enterprise Control Systems Ltd will be exhibiting at Helitech International 2014 at the Amsterdam RAI from 14th - 16th October 2014.  Please visit us on stand number J70.

Mobile Phone Jamming

Mobile Phone JammingThe rapid proliferation of cell phones at the beginning of the 21st century to near ubiquitous status eventually raised problems such as their potential use to invade privacy, contribute and aid in industrial espionage and for more devastating uses to detonate Remotely Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (RCIED) used by terrorists and insurgents worldwide. Mobile phone Jamming capabilities are very much in demand from Militaries, private security companies and government and Non-government agencies for protection of their data and personnel.

 

 

Mobile Phone Jamming Systems

Understanding the threat and applying a decisive response in the Mobile phone operating band ensures that the required protection is delivered across a number of mobile phone networks. ECS provide a range of Mobile phone Jamming systems allowing for protection against Tri band GSM and Third Generation Mobile phone (3G), (3.5). ECS can supply equipment to use in the following roles:

  • Man pack
  • Static site
  • Carry forward
  • Vehicle
  • Vehicle convoy

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