The Dual Comms Curfew RF Monitoring Receiver is an advanced unit with integrated cellular and landline modems used for monitoring the presence of a transmitter worn by the monitored individual within a defined perimeter. Data transfer and two-way communication with the body-worn transmitter are fully encrypted to prevent cloning and spoofing attacks. The Dual Comms receiver has both local and remote programming interfaces so that program configuration and curfew schedules can be tailored for each monitored person.
Receiver deployment involves quick hardware installation and a choice of multiple activation options, as well as automatic activation which requires minimal support from the monitoring center. Transmitter pairing, range testing and basic configuration options can be performed from the receiver’s local interface.
Multiple detection mechanisms on the Dual Comms receiver and the offender’s body-worn transmitter provide electronic and physical evidence of tamper attempts. The body-worn transmitter supports four types of tampers.