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  • Companies such as CellAntenna have demonstrated that many times, and told us last year that the UK government would soon be putting out a tender.

    The Register

  • CellAntenna is primarily in the business of enhancing cellphone signals, selling antennae, signal boosters and other wireless products.

    Prison Plans to Shackle Cellphones

  • CellAntenna had wanted to demonstrate that its gear could be used by prison officials to block calls being made by prisoners with illicitly obtained cellular phones. News

  • Among them was the politically powerful Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association which argued that the proposed demonstration is prohibited by Section 333 of the Communications Act. Others opposing the test stated that CellAntenna could not conclusively show that its gear would not cause interruption to cellular service outside the prison walls and could lead to inadvertent jamming of calls for emergency assistance. News

  • As such, the CellAntenna request to hold the demonstration has been denied. News

  • "The cellular providers through the CTIA say they sympathize and support law enforcement in their fight against illegal cell phones in prisons, but lobby our government to deny law enforcement access to jamming equipment," said Howard Melamed, President and CEO of CellAntenna.


  • Under the CellAntenna proposal a correctional facility that finds a cell phone used by an inmate can order the carrier associated with that cell phone to turn over all income earned from the illegal cell phone.


  • CellAntenna, based in Coral Springs, Fla., and a supplier of wireless jamming and repeater gear, was to have had its equipment used at a Dec. 18 jamming demonstration at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice before the event was cancelled due to controversy, even though the scheduled event had support of Texas Gov.

    RCR Wireless News >> Opinion

  • "I am shocked that the Department of the Criminal Justice of the State of Texas is canceling the cellphone jamming demonstration at the last minute," said Howard Melamed, President and CEO of CellAntenna said at the time.

    RCR Wireless News >> Opinion

  • CellAntenna believes that finding all of the cell phones in a prison is impossible with current legal technology and that jamming of cell phones in prisons is the only 100\% effective answer.

    The Student Operated Press


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