CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CellAntenna Corporation announced today that the United States Patent and Trade Mark office has awarded Patent # 8,543,053 to Howard Melamed CEO of CellAntenna Corporation, for an invention that scrambles packet based wireless communication by using signal delay technology ("SDT").
Different from current forms of jamming that are unlawful in the United States and used around the world, the SDT method does not interfere with radio frequency communication. Instead it affects the packets and their timing relationships essential to digital communication on a wireless carrier – effectively SDT scrambles the message and leaves the Radio Frequency transmission untouched preventing the reception of voice, SMS or DATA communication. SDT can be used to control all wireless packet based communication including cell phone protocols of 2G, 3G, and 4G (LTE / WIMAX).
“The Patent represents a significant achievement of our company,” stated Howard Melamed CEO of CellAntenna and inventor of the SDT. “We are excited with our new smart Signal Delay Technology and our continued research and development of products that control illegal cell phone use."
CellAntenna intends to produce a line of products that use this technology along side its CJAM™ jamming technology installed and working in several countries around the world, and its Guardian Managed Access Service™ already field deployed. CellAntenna was first to being the CJAM™ wireless jamming system concept, deploying jamming in a distributed antenna system (DAS) to apply low power levels of cell phone jamming that is highly filtered and controlled so that it only interferes with illegal cell phones located inside prisons.
About CellAntenna Corporation
CellAntenna Corporation offers solutions to either enhance or prohibit cell phone signals. As an integrator for over twelve years, the company has solved cell phone signal problems in buildings. CellAntenna has developed solutions that stop illegal cell phone. Headquartered in Coral Springs, FL, CellAntenna, a private company, also has offices in Poland.