iJaNet is designed as a broadband system and is provided with hardware reserves. The mobile communications suppression system can be configured via software interfaces, so that future frequencies and services, available after a frequency auction in 2018, can easily be incorporated into the system. Integration into control and security centres is also possible via interfaces.
As a modular mobile communications suppression system, it adapts flexibly to the spatial and technical requirements of the respective prison and thus also grows with the requirements of the prison. It is even possible to detect and suppress WLAN 802.11 a in the 5 GHz range and to detect drones.
iJaNet is decentralised and semi-autonomous due to its intelligent architecture. If part of the mobile communications suppression system fails, the functionality of the overall system remains intact.