RANGE-R used to look through walls

This technology is being used to peer into homes and businesses. This devise can not only detect movement, but can also detect whether a person is breathing, not to mention where they’re located in the structure. Although the manufacturer claims that it can be effective at 50 yards. There are devises that have been fitted for drone use too.

L3 Communications

RANGE-R® is a highly sensitive handheld radar system designed to detect and measure the distance to moving and near-stationary personnel through walls constructed of common building materials. Designed to increase situation awareness in urban environments for its users, RANGE-R provides vital intelligence necessary to safely undertake a variety of law enforcement and search and rescue operations.  

RANGE-R applications include:

  • Police / SWAT — Determine the presence and location of assailants or hostages in a building
  • Search & Rescue — Locate injured people inside buildings
  • Firefighters — Quickly determine whether people are trapped in a building

L-3’s patented stepped frequency continuous wave (SFCW) radar technology and proprietary target detection algorithms enable RANGE-R to operate as a highly sensitive Doppler motion detector. Advanced packaging design results in the smallest, lightest through wall sensor available today.

With near immediate analysis and results in seconds, RANGE-R provides first responders with critical information that may make the difference between life and death.

RANGE-R is a controlled item under the International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR). It may be exported with proper authorization by the U.S. Department of State.

RANGE-R complies with Part 15 rules and is certified by the FCC for operation in an urban environment (FCC ID: YKD-25TWD3000).

For more detailed information on RANGE-R, please visit http://www.range-r.com/.


2 thoughts on “RANGE-R used to look through walls

  1. Another article I read this morning claimed that this gadget was already in the hands of more than 50 cop-shops.

    But of course, no one even asks if the use of this thing is a violation the fourth article, which it definitely is. (illegal search and seizure)

    By billing it as a tool for “first responders” the public is fooled into thinking it will be used to their benefit, but that’s because the morons prefer to see pretty lies rather than ugly truths. This gadget only exists to give pigs more spying power.

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