1. SCOPE: Furnish all labor, materials and equipment to install four (4) cell phone detectors in 4 ea offices located in bldg 718, systems to be installed per manufactures instruction. Additional to the installation, the cell phone detectors will be tuned for optimum detection capability, tested to verify operational capability, then certified for use.
LOCATION: The project site is located at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada. The Main base is located approximately fifty (50) miles north of Las Vegas on Highway US 95.
2.1 Four cell phone detectors
2.2 Two remote paging devices
2.3 Tune the detectors for optimum detection capability within the designated areas
2.4 Ensure the detectors and remote paging systems are functional
2.5 Provide instructional guide on how to properly operate the system
2.6 Certify the system capability and operational use by the 17RS security office personnel
PERFORMANCE PERIOD: THREE (3) Calendar Days, All work must be completed.
3. SYSTEM PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION:
3.1 Detect at least 90% of all cell phone formats, bands, frequencies, to include CDMA, GSM, IDEN, WCDMA, AMPS, DCS, PCS, TDMA
3.2 Detect registration, voice, polling signals, texting signals, and multiple compressions
3.3 Variable range detection settings for each detector; up to 100 feet in detection range
3.4 Each detectable band/format to have separate variable sensitivity controls
3.5 Detection alert notifications must be sent via coded signal to a remote pocket text silent alert receiver
3.6 Available options to include alerts accomplished via alarm sound, light, or remote paging capability
3.7 Adjustable alarm timer for resetting upon detections
3.8 Wall or desktop mountable detectors
3.9 AC powered with internal rechargeable battery
Originally posted by gariac
Jammers technically aren't legal since the transmit. Detectors are passive.
Originally posted by allenidaho
No. In this case, using a cell phone jammer would not work. I believe they are concerned with people using the camera feature on their fancy schmancy Iphones or Androids to make copies of things they shouldn't.
Just snap a few photos of a computer screen, a document, a blueprint or whatever. It's an easy way to commit espionage without needing to remove anything from the building.