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The Methods of Testing and Possibility to Overcome the Protection against Sabotage of Analog Intrusion Alarm Systems

  • Adam HanacekEmail author
  • Martin Sysel
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 348)

Abstract

This paper deals with the testing of protection against sabotage in analog security systems. The first part of the paper is focused on the introduction to analog intrusion and hold-up alarm systems where there are described requirements of European standards and main parts of analog intrusion and hold-up alarm systems. In the second part, there are introduced two methods of testing the security and protection against sabotage of commonly used analog systems. In case of success one of the method many objects could be robbed. The third part of the paper describes the results of testing and the recommendation for future development in the field of analog security systems.

Keywords

Intrusion and Hold-up Alarm System Detector Control and Indicating Equipment 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Applied InformaticsTomas Bata UniversityZlinCzech Republic

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