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NCJ Number: 10847 Find in a Library
Title: SECURITY ELECTRONICS
Author(s): J E CUNNINGHAM
Date Published: 1970
Page Count: 159
Sponsoring Agency:
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Publication Number: U
Sale Source: 4300 West 62nd Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268
United States of America
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: NARRATIVE AND PICTORIAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION OF VARIOUS ELECTRONIC SECURITY DEVICES.
Abstract: AFTER A GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ELECTRONIC INTRUSION ALARMS, THE DOCUMENT DISCUSSES THE PRINCIPLES OF INTRUSION-DETECTION DEVICES OF THE FOLLOWING NATUREELECTROMECHANICAL, PHOTOELECTRIC, ULTRASONIC, MICROWAVE, PROXIMITY DETECTORS, AND AUDIO AND VISUAL MONITORING. THE DETECTION OF HIDDEN OBJECTS SUCH AS GUNS, KNIVES, AND STOLEN PROPERTY IS COVERED ALONG WITH DIFFERENT ALARM AND SIGNALING DEVICES THAT CAN BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY OF THE DETECTORS DESCRIBED ELSEWHERE IN THE BOOK. ACCESSORIES SUCH AS POWER SUPPLIES AND ACCESS SWITCHES THAT ARE COMMON TO ALL SYSTEMS ARE CONSIDERED. EXAMPLES OF PRACTICAL INSTALLATIONS ARE GIVEN AND BUGGING, DE-BUGGING, AND SPEECH-SCRAMBLING SYSTEMS ARE EXPLAINED. THE FUTURE OF SECURITY ELECTRONICS, INCLUDING THE USE OF INTEGRATED CIRCUITS, IS DISCUSSED. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT MODIFIED)
Index Term(s): Closed circuit television (CCTV); Security systems
Note: TH 9737.C85
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