I really have not gotten into the Jamming issue much, but I am concerned about the level Jamming Technology, where it will become available, and who it will be used by. And it looks like that will be exactly the point Howard Melamed, CEO of CellAntenna Corporation will be discussing at the International Wireless Communication Expo. There are already a ton of retail jamming devices that start as low as $99 dollars, but the real issue that they will be discussing is: “whether jamming the signal is the right solution for combating contraband cell phones in prisons. The panelists will also discuss the implications beyond prisons and if hospitals, schools or even retailers can choose to jam signals at their own discretion”

The IWCE event will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in South Halls 3 and 4 and is scheduled for 11:10 a.m. through 12:10 p.m. EST on Friday, March 12, 2010. Contact information can be found after the break if you want to attend.

Read the Press Release After The Break:

Howard Melamed, CellAntenna CEO, to Discuss Implications of Cell Phone Jamming Technology

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Howard Melamed, CEO of CellAntenna Corporation and an expert in jamming and enhancing cell phone communication, will participate in a panel discussion at the 2010 International Wireless Communication Expo (IWCE) event in Las Vegas.
“Cell-Phone Jamming: What Are the Implications Beyond the Prison System?”

Who: Melamed, who has a decade of experience with wireless communication signals, will participate with Jack Daniel, owner of Jack Daniel Company; and Alan Tilles, partner with Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, PA. Tilles will also serve as the panel’s moderator.

What: The panel, titled “Cell-Phone Jamming: What Are the Implications Beyond the Prison System?” will discuss whether jamming the signal is the right solution for combating contraband cell phones in prisons. The panelists will also discuss the implications beyond prisons and if hospitals, schools or even retailers can choose to jam signals at their own discretion.

When: “Cell-Phone Jamming: What Are the Implications Beyond the Prison System?” is scheduled for 11:10 a.m. through 12:10 p.m. EST on Friday, March 12, 2010.

Where: The IWCE event will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in South Halls 3 and 4.

Why: Melamed is at the forefront of the national discussion surrounding cell phone jamming. His decade of experience includes the successful testing and implementation of cell jamming solutions. As a result, he knows firsthand what the implications are for the technology beyond the prison walls. At this conference Melamed will provide evidence that the problem of cell phones used by inmates in US prisons is of pandemic proportions.

Journalists interested in meeting with Howard Melamed at the IWCE event should contact Derek James at 408-727-0351 or derekj@mcgrathpower.com. For additional information on CellAntenna solutions, please visit: www.cellantenna.com.

About CellAntenna Corporation
CellAntenna Corporation offers solutions to either enhance or prohibit cell phone signals. For nearly a decade, the company has increased productivity and safety through the boosting of signal strength and reduction of dropped calls. Products include cellular repeaters, cell phone signal boosters and fixed wireless terminals. CellAntenna’s broad portfolio also includes solutions for cellular detection, jamming and passive handset control. Headquartered in Coral Springs, FL, CellAntenna also has offices in the United Kingdom and Poland.

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