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Company develops fraud detection device via phone during exams
22 August 2013
The American company for device capable of detecting fraud through phones in exams is characterized by its small size and high sensitivity to signals.
And the “PocketHound” device can capture signals communication frequencies for second-generation networks or third-generation, or 4 g, so that it is able to detect all types of phones, whether traditional or smart.
And it’s developed by company “Berkeley Varitronics Systems” with small size that does not exceed the area of the Palm and the light weight 170 grams, and its ability to capture the vibrations of telecommunication networks in crowded places amid the noise up to 50 DB.
The company, through its Web site, the device is suitable for fraud detection through phones in exams, also suitable for police to detect phones central prison convicts.
The device “PocketHound” by issuing an alert to the user if it detects a phone connection or a neighbor in two ways, either by vibration or by lighting of LED lamps installed in total at the top of the device, this device is provided with a battery hold up to two hours of continuous work, the Micro USB charging port.
The company target through its educational institutions, police, and provides device for about 500 dollars.
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