Cellular Intercept CDMA
The G-Com 2066 CDMA will intercept, record, and play back cell phone conversations in a CDMA mobile phone network. It is used by law enforcement and government agencies to monitor and store cdma cellular phone conversations of suspected criminals, militants, terrorists, and those committing espionage.
The G-Com 2066 CDMA will also capture SMS (short message service) data. It is a passive system - no signal is transmitted from the system and the cell phone network receives no electromagnetic interference. The system operates by automatically detecting the strongest signal in a CDMA service area. The system intercepts control channels and both sides of a conversation through traffic channels.
- A "red list" category for investigative purposes
- IMSI data extractor
- TMSI "mirror"
- Cellular handset number extraction feature
- Telephone number dialed extraction feature
- PC database of numbers collected with time/date stamp
- Call re-direct feature
- 911 emergency "pass-through" feature
- A RF receiver dedicated to monitoring the airwaves for communication in cellular bands using an internal application similar to a Spectrum Analyzer with Electronic Countermeasure sweeps abilities
- A quad-band Cellular Jamming system (export model) or Denial of Service Control Center (domestic model)