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Illegal Cell Phone Detection

Berkeley Varitronics Systems Bloodhound Cell Phone Detector To Compete in Mock Prison Riot in West Virginia Penitentiary
April 29, 2010

METUCHEN, NJ, - Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc -
(BVS), a leading provider of advanced wireless solutions and products t=
o the domestic and international wireless telecommunications industry will =
be showcasing their latest Bloodhound Cell Detector at the West Virginia Mo=
ck Prison Riot to be held between May 3-5 on the grounds of decommissioned =
West Virginia Penitentiary located in Moundsville, West Virginia=2E




BVS Northeastern Regional Sales Manager, Carmine Caferra, will be on hand t=
o demonstrate the Bloodhound Cell Detector's advanced cell phone detection =
capabilties=2E With its ability to detect and locate hidden contraband cell=
phones in either standby mode or being actively used for voice, text or ot=
her data transmissions, Bloodhound has already passed a number of real worl=
d trials in working prisons=2E Bloodhound enables security professionals to=
enforce their no-wireless policies without costly, specially trained K-9 u=
nits or illegal cellular jamming devices=2E

The National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (NIJ, OJP) an=
d the West Virginia High Technology Consortium (WVHTC) Foundation annually =
host a Mock Prison Riot on the grounds of the former West Virginia Penitent=
iary in Moundsville=2E The purpose of the Mock Prison Riot is to showcase e=
merging law enforcement and corrections technologies=2E The Mock Prison Rio=
t facilitates the "marriage" of technologies and end-users, utilizing the d=
ecommissioned West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville for tactical traini=
ng scenarios, technology demonstrations, free workshops, and networking=

As a wireless, handheld device, the Bloodhound is a safe, legal (Bloodhound=
does not use jamming that is a violation of FCC rules), quick and cost-eff=
ective means to monitor and pinpoint unauthorized cell phones within correc=
tional facilities 24 hours a day=2E The complete Bloodhound unit costs $1,8=
00, which is much less than other solutions that may require an entire netw=
ork infrastructure to be installed=2E The device can also be utilized by an=
y government agency or organization that wants to enforce a 'no wireless po=
licy'=2E This can also include schools, hospitals, airliners, etc=2E

BVS will be showcasing Bloodhound Cell Detector at the Mock Prison Riot held
from May 3-5th in Moundsville, West Virginia=2E

About Berkeley Varitronics Systems
Berkeley Varitronics Systems, located in Metuchen, New Jersey, has been pro=
viding advanced wireless solutions and products to the domestic and interna=
tional wireless telecommunications industry for over 35 years=2E Since 1995=
, BVS has introduced over 50 unique wireless test devices for a variety of =
applications including the popular Cellular, iDEN, PCS, CDMA, RFID, LTE, Mo=
bile WiMAX, FIXED WiMAX, 802=2E11b/a/n/g & Bluetooth specifications=2E

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