August 31, 2010

Wolfhound handset sniffs out inmates' cellphones

Bloodhound.jpg As cellphone jamming is, for the most part, still out of the question in US prisons, Berkeley Varitronics has introduced a handset called the Wolfhound that hones in on cell phone signals.

[Watch video demo on YouTube. via engadget]

Related:

-- Wolfhound 'Sniffs Out' Ten Contraband Cell Phones in Less Than 30 Minutes in Thai Prison

-- Cell phone detector dogs - The first dog to sniff cell phones was called Murphy, he was a 20 month-old English Springer Spaniel in 2006 who had been trained in prisons across the East of England.

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