Inside the box are a spectrum analyzer, power meter, multimeter and a Low Noise Block Downconverter. The latter of which means, basically, "a contraption that lets you locate and verify and measure satellite and other mobile signals." I have to assume the iPhone dock is there so that you can update your friends on Twitter about the status of the mission in real-time. "Dictator in my sight! #assassination #headshot #I'llbehomefordinner."
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