Convoy Protection with RCIED Jammer
A RCIED or Remote Controlled Improvised Explosive Device has become a more common threat and needs a reliable deterrent.
With the threat of terrorist attacks at home and abroad, technology is being employed to make the world a safer place. Bombs, or explosive devices
that can be detonated by remote control, are an increasing threat as terrorists become more technically sophisticated.
Protection from these devices is an increasing need, and RCIED Jammers designed to stop the signal before it can detonate an explosive devise, are
meeting that need.
These bombs can be placed days or weeks in advance and go undetected until they are remotely exploded by
The use for RCIED Jammers by the military is obvious, but others have also become targets for these terrorist devises.
Everyone from government officials to leaders in Industry is subject to attack.
While not used exclusively by the military, their use is restricted to those licensed by the United States Department of State. Other permits may be
necessary for use outside of the United States.
Law enforcement at all levels, from HomeLand Security, to local municipalities, has found a RCIED Jammer can have a large impact on preventing
crime and saving lives.
Places like municipal facilities, or public utilities, are also at risk. Even public gatherings of innocent civilians have become targets.
Highways where critical convoy protection device must pass, are one of the most common targets of these remotely detonated devices.
A vehicle equipped with a Jammer, cruising with, or parked in the vicinity of a target, can neutralize the signal to the bomb, and save lives and
Criminals have also been using these remote controlled explosive devices to aid in their illegal activities.
RCIED Jammers come in different sizes and configurations but they are all designed to stop a remote signal before it can reach an explosive devise.
Some systems are small enough to be mounted in a vehicle and can be used while in motion. T