Cellular Intercept TDMA / AMPS
The G-Com 2065 cellular intercept system works as a passive system, intercepting information directly from the air, recording phone call data, as well as conversations for later retrieval. It is used by law enforcement and government agencies to monitor and store cellular phone conversations of suspected criminals, militants, terrorists, and those committing espionage.
The system scans all channels and allows the operator to automatically or selectively collect information attained from the targeting of a particular mobile station, either from the phone numbers or by the numbers dialed from the mobile station. The system can be expanded from 2 to 27 channels and is available in two models, stationary or mobile.
- Conference Rooms
- Government Offices
- High Security Facilities
- 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)