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NYC Building Uses 'Mosquito' To Quiet Teens
QUEENS (CBS) ? Teenagers who hang out inside one apartment building in Jamaica, Queens are getting an earful these days.

A new security device called "The Mosquito" has been installed in the lobby of a building on 170th St. where there have been chronic problems with noisy teens.

The wall-mounted device emits a high-frequency screech that can only be heard by people aged 13 to 25. Most older people cannot hear it.

"It sounds like when you put a microphone close to the TV," said Jerry Brown, one of the younger residents, who admits the noise bothers him "a little bit." ...


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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
"The wall-mounted device emits a high-frequency screech that can only be heard by people aged 13 to 25."

How fortunate for the 12 and 26 year old.

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News Item3/3/08 11:19 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
One of the most basic audio circuits is the low-pass filter, which would nullify such systems if teens wore some sort of headset with these. Noise-cancelling headphones may work here too.

Parents should teach their child self-government, but now, they would rather let someone or something else do the governing.

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News Item3/3/08 10:51 AM
fuzzy logic | lab  Find all comments by fuzzy logic
Will it ward off noisy immature adults too, or just those under 25 years old?
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