Zone manager and zone protector are the products developed by CELLBUSTERS to detect signal of cell phone, smart phones or mobiles to protect data or protect data base from unknown source of Radio Frequency.
June 4, 2014 (Newswire) - From Now Onwards, Teachers, faculties or examiners are no longer have to rely on their eyes and internal instincts to catch students who are cheating over smartphones.
Through an effort to help educators take back control of the class, Cell Busters Pvt. Ltd. has unveiled the Zone protector, a portable cell phone detector, designed to let teachers covertly track cheaters over phones.
The cellbuster's cell phone detector or zone protector works by vibrating and lighting up each time there is a nearby transmission from a mobile— a sign for a cheater could be in action. Once the device is set on, teachers can snapped the guily, Cellbuster's owner Mr. Derek says.
The Cell phone detector, which has a battery life of about 2 hours and chargeable through AC connector, features an integrated multiband antenna that is hidden inside the zone protector device. The receiver scans all cell phone signals bands and utilizes a sophisticated algorithm that constantly samples the radio-frequency (RF) noise floor to distinguish real cellular activity from ambient RF noise.
In addition to cracking down on cheaters, Cellbuster's cell phone detector has several different technologies to help schools and parents ensure compliance and increase school safety, including the zone protector, zone manager, a handheld device designed to give parents and law-enforcement officers the ability to track Radio frequency with GPS or wifi device that has been attached to detectors which are intended to allow officers to easily confiscate smart phones.
Cellbusters, located in Phoenix, Arizona, has been providing newly advanced wireless solutions and products to the domestic and international telecommunications industry since 1999. Cellbusters has introduced RF detection and signal source locating technology. This technology has changed rapidly, and with reports of more than six billion cell phones in use throughout the world, the risks to the security of assets, information and people as a result of mobile phones are now greater than ever. For more information, visit www.cellbusters.com.