Gang Stalking and Directed Energy Weapons Torture - Part Six
Chapter 5: New X-Ray Surveillance Tools Part III
Have manufacturers responded to law enforcement’s demand for through-the-wall surveillance tools?
The unit pictured on the left is manufactured by Time Domain Corporation. It is RadarVision, an Ultrawideband, through-the-wall surveillance tool produced in response to the call for Homeland Security technology. It is marketed primarily to law enforcement agencies with the stated capability to track humans through “reinforced concrete, concrete block, sheetrock, brick, wood, plastic, tile, and fiberglass” Time Domain Corporation is the company awarded a Federal contract for business solicitation BAA-99-04-IFKPA -Through the Wall Surveillance.
A noteworthy capability of RadarVision is “real-time intelligence on the direction and distance to the motion contact.” In other words, it can precisely measure distance to a human target through-the-wall. That opens up the possibility of precisely and remotely targeting humans through the walls of their apartments or homes. Please take note, as that capability is relevant to the harassment experienced by victims of through-the-wall directed energy weapons (DEWs).
What is Ultrawideband? Ultrawideband is an old radio wave technology first used for Morse-code radio transmitters pioneered by Guglielmo Marconi in 1901. Ultrawideband (UWB) has been used in recent years for ground-penetrating radar and other applications to inspect roads, bridges and other large construction areas for structural integrity. It has seen a renewed popularity of late as a conductor of wireless computer network transmissions. The use of Ultrawideband is regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Time Domain Corporation required and received FCC approval to sell RadarVision commercially to law enforcement agencies
Were they right?
The ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) as far back as 1996 provided a warning regarding this class of X-Ray technology that now seems prophetic. “I’m familiar with the millimeter-wave technology and it’s an incredible invasion of privacy,” says Don Haines, a lobbyist for the American Civil Liberties Union. “It produces a virtual 3-D image, and you can see the contours of breasts, buttocks and genitals.”
The Point is this . . .
Clearly, evidence is overwhelming that through-the-wall imaging technology is being manufactured by a number of government suppliers. And, that technology is sought and purchased by law enforcement agencies. We have also demonstrated that this x-ray technology has the following capabilities:
- The ability to see through walls, and most common construction materials.
- It can generate detailed through-the-clothing images of individuals in the room or home under surveillance.
- The units can be operated remotely from a nearby home or apartment.
- The units can track movement, and monitor speech, heartbeat, pulse, and other bodily functions remotely.
- The units can provide precise distance measurements for targeting individuals under surveillance with weapons.
- The units are portable, silent, and can be disguised or hidden in a typical residential home or apartment
We ask that you take note of the capability highlighted in red above–the ability to accurately target individuals under surveillance with weapons. The following question must now be answered: What class of through-the-wall weapons and torture devices are being used in concert with remote x-ray technology? That will be discussed in the next installment: Weapons. Return soon, you don’t want to miss it!
Millimeter Wave Imaging at Airports
Presentation of through-the-wall technology to the Federal Law Enforcement Wireless User Group July, 11, 2000
Royal Military College of Canada study of Through-the-Wall Surveillance Technologies from American Manufacturers
Time Domain Corp. UWB Through-the-Wall Surveillance Technology Website
Air Force Material Command article on development of Through-the-Wall technology for civilian law enforcement
Radarvision PDF Brochure