Berkeley Varitronics Systems

Berkeley Varitronics Systems

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BVS' inter-disciplined team thrives on technical challenges and works to find creative and sometimes novel solutions. We specialize in RF, video, audio, high-speed digital, analog and signal processing technologies with an emphasis on the unlicensed 802.11 Wi-Fi and WiMAX bands. Since the early eighties, BVS has enjoyed thousands of OEM design and manufacturing relationships with companies such as Dinex®, New York Times® and Pepsico®.

  • Liberty Corporate Park
  • 255 Liberty Street
  • Metuchen, NJ 08840
  • USA
  • Phone: 732-548-3737
  • Toll Free: 1-888-737-4287
  • Fax: 732-548-3404
  • Website: http://www.bvsystems.com/

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BVS' PocketHound Cellphone Detector

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New York, NY, April 17, 2012 – Security expert and Berkeley Varitronics Systems (BVS) CEO Scott Schober wants kids to do well in school - and that means not taking the easy way out and cheating to make good grades. Mounting technological breakthroughs and the ease with which young people adapt to its use were part of the inspiration that led to the PocketHound, an unobtrusive hand-held device for detecting unauthorized cell phone use in the classroom.

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Bloodhound cell phone detector

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The Bloodhound is designed to track down and pinpoint contraband cell phones without interfering with authorized communication channels. Unlike most systems that require an entire network infrastructure of wireless sensors hard-wired throughout a facility, which is expensive and difficult to deploy, the mobile Bloodhound has a high speed scanning multi-band receiver harnessed to a multi-band DF-Direction Finding Antenna. This unique antenna allows security officers to ‘sniff out' the RF energy as an actual Bloodhound dog can detect a scent that a human could never discern. When hunting down a wireless target, The Bloodhound's unique algorithm can trigger on to a cell phone while in use. There is a headphone jack with a progressive audible alert tone and an accompanying vibrator that can alert security officers of cell phone activity as they move closer to the source. In addition, the onboard pulsating laser will ID the target with a blinking laser dot while in the DF mode.

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