Three members of the School develop DAM, the first "anti-mobile" device

In July 1990, José María Posada, Fernando Isasi and Javier González Castaño, colleagues at the center, created the DAM prototype (Anti-Mobile Device). The system could, by emitting a radio signal, prevent cell phones in range from communicating with their telephone operator. Designed for private premises, this prototype was patented internationally, being a pioneer in its field.

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