Berkeley Varitronics Systems Inc.'s (BVS), PocketHound Cell Phone Detector has been named a 2012 Best of What’s New Award recipient by Popular Science in the Security category. PocketHound is a highly sensitive cell phone detector that is specifically tuned to the RF signature of all 2G/3G/4G cell phones. The receiver scans for any and all voice, texting and data transmissions and applies its unique auto-thresholding technology by comparing cellular measurements with the RF noise floor of that environment. This ensures that only genuine cell phone use (active or standby mode) will trigger the PocketHound with user selectable flashing LEDs and/or vibrating alerts. PocketHound detects all cellular RF activity within a 75 foot radius making it ideal for indoor use in areas where cellphone use is prohibited and illegal.
PocketHound’s size and weight are smaller than a pack of playing cards. It’s internal lithium polymer battery and USB charging system allows up to 2 hours of continuous runtime without any need for direct operation or recharging. This allows the PocketHound to be covertly used in order to detect and identify the source of prohibited cell phone use. PocketHound was designed to target the recent proliferation of cell phone use in environments where data and information intergrity is critical.
PocketHound is designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. and available now directly from www.bvsystems.com for $499.