Pockethound: The Device to Catch Cheating

By G+ Author: Jacquelyn Tanner.


The days of using mobile phones to cheat in exams could be over.

Berkeley Varitronics Systems have released the PocketHound, a portable cellphone detector that will vibrate and light up each time there is a nearby transmission from a mobile phone.


Roughly the same size and weight as a deck of cards the PocketHound has a battery life of 2 hours, costs $500 and features an integrated multiband antenna hidden under the label.

BVS was a Platinum Winner of the 2013 Government Security Awards and was awarded Best of What’s New 2012 by Popular Science for the PocketHound.

BV Systems, Mashable

Jacquelyn Tanner

Jacquelyn Tanner

Long time contributor and blogger for TopMobileTrends.com! American living in London and driving the UK crazy. Add me on G+!