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Now any TSCM or security professional can detect and locate hidden GPS trackers on any vehicle up to 150 feet away using a low-cost Yorkie cell phone detector.

Yorkie™ cell phone detector is a handheld receiver designed for covert wireless contraband detection. Yorkie's light weight, sleek profile and color touchscreen make it ideal for all day use by security personnel, corrections officer and any law enforcement agent requiring a NO CELL PHONE policy in their facility. It is small enough to fit into most pockets where it can offer vibrating alerts all day to security personnel. This dedicated receiver is ultra-sensitive and able to sniff out all active cell phone use up to 150 feet away using any removable SMA antenna. And since the receiver is passive and does not communicate nor intercept any cellular data at all, it is completely legal and RF invisible. This means that no court orders or warrants are required that could slow down any ongoing field use.

Users can also adjust threshold levels instantly and set attenuation for noisy RF floors for any facility. Yorkie's internal battery is easily charged in the included dock which also allows the unit to become a 24-7 contraband detection monitor right from your desk.

Small enough to fit into your pocket for covert cell phone detection
Color touchscreen allows for easy and instant adjustment and measurements by any user
User adjustable thresholds and attenuation for any RF environment

For more information contact Berkeley Varitronics Systems at www.bvsystems.com or 732-548-3737
sales@bvsystems.com
@bvsystemsFor more information contact Berkeley Varitronics Systems at www.bvsystems.com or 732-548-3737
sales@bvsystems.com
@bvsystems

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