Stationary RF Jammer

Stationary RF Jammer

Stationary RF Jammer
In order to protect a government building, border crossing checkpoint or guard tower from attack by an RCIED, we developed our Stationary RF Jammer. Using the Stationary RF Jammer, you can blanket an area with RF jamming energy.

This energy attacks remote controlled radio signals from triggering devises found in consumer electronics. Devises such as portable radios, wireless doorbells, garage door openers and cordless and mobile phones are just some of the consumer electronics used by terrorist and criminal groups to construct radio controlled bombs (RCIEDS).

While our Stationary RF Jammer is able to cover buildings and facilities, the RF jamming function is able to go beyond the confines of the coverage area. This can be achieved by implementing additional power and by deploying special antenna arrays.

Not all users of the VIP900 Stationary Jammer look to defeat radio controlled weapons. There are a growing number of governmental organizations who require complete wireless communication silence. This means no radio communications, no cellular communications, and at times, only authorized users are granted permission to broadcast any type of signal.
For more information on the VIP900, contact us, or for our managed access solutions on communication jamming, you may also visit www.prisonjammer.com

Note: The descriptions of our products and systems are published for informative purposes only.  They are considered non-restricted.  However, members of law enforcement organizations, certain government agencies, and their respective vendors may contact us for additional information, live demonstrations, and custom solutions should they be required. NOTE:  IT IS ILLEGAL TO JAM ANY RADIO SIGNAL IN THE UNITED STATES.

Legal Notice from United Kingdom and United States legal affairs:  All Bomb Jamming devices, IED Jamming devices, RF Jamming devices, and RCIED Jamming devices in part or whole are strictly regulated by the US Department of State in accordance with the guidelines in the International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) per title 22, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Parts 120-130 . Therefore, if you are outside the United States of America, an export license must be obtained.  All sales and shipping are subject to license approval by US Department of State.

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