Finding listening devices using this Bug Detector is recommended when
clandestine bugging equipment is suspected of invading your privacy indoors or
outdoors. This Bug Detector is
unique in searching for clandestine bugging equipment because
the eavesdropper who deploys listening devices may be trying to prevent
detection by using a high frequency listening device, possibly transmitting at
the 4 GHz range, or even at the 5.8 GHz range.
Unique Feature: This
Bug Detector searches for bugging equipment in the
frequency range of 1 MHz to 6 GHz.
detectors search for RF bugs in the range of 1 MHz to 3 MHz, yet this bug
detector offers an extended range of
coverage. This extended coverage is offered in order to detect and find listening devices that may
operate on 5.8 GHz, a threat that is found from portable phone frequencies, or
bug transmitters that have been made from 5.8 GHz portable phone circuitry.
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Graphic Indicator: Bar Graph readout used to
reveal the increase and decrease in transmission
signal strength in relationship to the proximity of the search
area for listening devices.
Alert variations: The Bug
Detector has a silent alert mode,
using vibration, and an audio alert mode, using tone sounds, to notify the user
when a listening device may be active in the
Calibration: Signal strength
Power: Internal rechargeable
Output: Supplied earphone /
Antenna: Hi Gain / Flexible
Q: What makes this Bug Detector a good choice
compared to other bug detectors?
A: This Bug Detector is able to cover a broader
range of the spectrum where radio signals broadcast on. This Bug Detector has a
Graphic Indicator, helping you to actually see the signal strength of the radio
transmissions in the area under examination. This Bug Detector has a quiet alert
mode in the form of a vibration alert so as not to inform anyone that you are
examining the area for threats to privacy.
Q: Where would this Bug Detector be used in?
A: It was designed for use in home and office
environments, for people who want to 'do their own sweeping' with a personal privacy bug detector. It can operate indoors our outside.
Q: How close to a bug
or rf transmitter do I need to be in order to detect it?
A: Because the strength of each transmission may
vary, the closer you are, the better it will be to pick up the signal. Proximity
can range from 5 feet to 30 feet away. It is also important to consider that
microphone sensitivity of most transmitters may be able to collect sound from up
to 30 feet away.
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