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Smart Neutraliser of Remote-Controlled Devices
Remote controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIED) are instruments used by terrorists to destroy selective targets by exploding them remotely when the target is over them. RCIEDs use radio or mobile communications to transmit a code that detonates the device. Traditionally all code combination over the entire frequency range were being transmitted to preempt the RCIED detonation. This method white washed the entire spectrum and interfered with all RF users. AXIS CADES Ltd designed a smart neutraliser of remote controlled devices that detects the frequency and detonating code before jamming it to prevent the explosion. The detected frequency and partly read code can thereafter explode the device by transmitting on a single frequency for less than 30seconds.

Remote Control Signals & Smart Neutralisation

Spectral Density Contours of Deployed Radio Stations

For Neutralising Citizen Band Radio & Gsm Controlled Improvised Explosive Device By Smart Jamming & Post Event Detonation

  • Numerous option to neutralise citizen band radio and GSM based RCIEDs simultaneously
  • Flexibility to adapt to different operation scenarios
  • Real-time display of effectiveness
  • Facility to Listen into hostile transmision
  • Software upgradeable to meet future changes in RCIED designs
  • Mounted on vehicle for easy deployability in static and mobile roles
  • Neutralisation method software programmable
  • Option of automated options
  • Choice of output power levels
  • Dynamic and programmable monitor displays
  • Graphic displays facilitate operator to monitor the automated system functionality and provides facilities to generate and store meaningful reports, to record and playback hostile conversations
  • Monitoring of active radio frequencies possible without degradation of RCIED search capability, when jamming is not active
  • With option of upgradation, SNORD is highly cost-effective choice for all RCIED neutraliation needs. Intelligent power management using battery and generator
Spectral Density Contours of Deployed Radio Stations


  • Remote control IEDs neutralisation and communication jamming
  • Simultaneous citizen band and GSM 900 & 1800 Mhz bands operations
  • Windows based software control and user-freiendly human machine interface
  • Automatic high-speed spectrum scan and monitoring for detection of DTMF code based RCIEDs in citizen band
  • Smart method for detection and neutralisation of RCIEDs in citizen band and detecting their detonation codes
  • Detect GSM frequecies and channels covering particular area for each GSM operator
  • Neutralise specific GSM operators network covering particular area
  • ESM features of search, intecept and monitoring in citizen band, generation of monitoring report, audio recording and play back
  • Database of neutralisation, jamming and monitoring activities to generate meaningful reports
  • Modular systems approach to suite wide variety of jamming requirements and installation needs
  • Static and mobile operations for area/convoy protection
  • Generator and battery based (21-24V DC) prime power for 24×7 operation with auto voltage sensing and change over


  • Search scan rate 2 GHz/sec
  • Neutralisation/Jamming frequency bands
    • 136 to 174 MHz Citizen band
    • 860 to 960 MHz & 1805 to 1880 MHz GSM bands
  • Jammer power output from 125W to 500W in four steps for citizen band and 30W to 100W in three steps for GSM bands
  • Jamming mode (Citizen Band)
    • Responsive reset jamming within 200 milliseconds
    • Multi frequency (upto 6) time-sharing mode jamming
  • with look-through facility
    • Sweep jamming in designated frequency band
  • Jam upto six GSM control channels in time sharing mode
  • Omini-direction and directional antennae for citizen band
  • System mounted in transportable 19” Rack for mobile/static operations
  • Air-conditioned RF cabin for system operation
  • Energy effucient prime power system


  • Search, Intercept and Monitoring of CNR
  • Signal Classification