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TransitHound PoE (Power Over Ethernet)

TransitHound-PoE™ railway distraction detector identifies unauthorized cell phone use in any train locomotive, dispatch station or railway cab.  This sensitive receiver system detects all cellular 3G/4G/5G devices (non-mm wave frequencies) use by distracted train engineers, drivers and any operators of heavy machinery for enhanced railway safety.

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Description

TransitHound-PoE™ railway distraction detector identifies unauthorized cell phone use in any train locomotive, dispatch station or railway cab.  This sensitive receiver system detects all cellular 3G/4G/5G devices (non-mm wave frequencies) use by distracted train engineers, drivers and any operators of heavy machinery for enhanced railway safety. When connected to any railway locomotive’s ethernet network, TransitHound-PoE sends and receives data and power respectively over ethernet becoming a vital component in PTC (Positive Train Control) safety systems. TransitHound-PoE allows owners, dispatchers and managers to create timestamped alerts and triggers for video or still recording of the distracting incident. TransitHound-PoE detects any voice, text or cellular data within the cab, train locomotive or depot station.

  • Perfect for distracted train engineers and railway operators as well as distracted driving in fleets, mining operation and heavy machinery workers for improved railway safety
  • Discreet & rugged for mounting anywhere inside a cab, train locomotive, cockpit or truck
  • Power over ethernet delivers power and timestamped, recorded measurements for further analysis
  • Trigger relays to any DVR, camera or alert instantly
  • Designed & manufactured entirely in the USA

All products include standard 1 year hardware warranty.

Technical Specifications

U.S. BANDS INCLUDE: 

LTE Uplink 663-716 MHz

LTE Uplink 777-787 MHz

814-849 MHz

AWS Uplink 1710-1755 MHz

1850-1915 MHz

2305-2315 MHz

All 3G/4G/5G devices (non-mm wave frequencies)

INTERNATIONAL BANDS INCLUDE: 

EUDD 832-862 MHz

 EGSM 880-915 MHz

 DCS 1710-1785 MHz

 IMT 1920-1980 MHz

 IMT-E 2500-2570 MHz

 APAC (700) 703-748 MHz

RADIUS OF COVERAGE AREA 75 feet (~25 meters) under typical conditions
DYNAMIC RANGE 60 dB
SENSITIVITY -83 dBm
DETECTOR RESOLUTION 2 dB
SELECTIVITY REJECTION >50 dB @ 1 MHz from uplink band edges
RECEIVING MODES High-speed scanning (uplink cellphone bands)
ANTENNAS SUPPORTED Omni-directional (monopole antenna with external SMA connection)
ELECTRICAL INTERFACES Ethernet
POWER SOURCE PoE (Power over Ethernet)
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Rugged 1/8″ aluminum shell with rubber casketing around end caps
PHYSICAL WEIGHT 16 ounces
PHYSICAL SIZE 8″ x 2.25″ x 1.25″ (including mounting feet on each corner)

Video

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Solution To Distracted Railway Operators

 

 

F.A.Q.

Can the TransitHound-PoE be used to locate cell phones?

No, because TransitHound-PoE is usually deployed in a fixed position, it precludes the possibility to “triangulate” and locate the source of RF signals. By contrast, a hand-held cell detector like the Wolfhound-PRO can locate cellphones by taking two or more bearings (or, Lines of Position) of the source.

Can the TransitHound-PoE run out of power?

No, because the TransitHound-PoE does not use batteries, it derives its power externally from the same ethernet network it is connected to.

Can the TransitHound-PoE store data?

TransitHound stores no data except for measurement threshold settings.

What kind of antenna is used by the TransitHound-PoE?

TransitHound-PoE can be deployed either with an included omni-directional or optional directional antenna. TransitHound antennas are typically hidden somewhere in the cab or vehicle and connected to the unit via hidden cabling.

Does the TransitHound-PoE provide audible or visual alerts ?

The unit itself does not but TransitHound-PoE can be connected directly to a variety of audible and visual alerts including a camera and DVR for video and time stamping all cellular activity events.

Does TransitHound-PoE identify callers or their phone numbers?

No. TransitHound-PoE is a simple, low-cost RF scanning device that simply triggers when nearby cellphone activity is detected. It does not demodulate, intercept nor communicate with any cellular devices.

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