This is one of the original Scanlock receivers that was marketed by Technical Security Ltd in London before Audiotel was established. The Scanlock Mk 3 was the successor to the original Scanlock Mk. 1 and 2 and was originally built in 1976.
The TRD-800 was a small body worn recorder and bug detector developed and built by Research Electronics Inc. (REI) in Cookeville (Tennissee, USA) in 1989. It can be worn inconspicuously and allows RF devices, such as bugs and surveillance radios, and body worn recorders to be detected, giving the operator a covert (vibrator) warning.
The Scanlock ECM was a countermeasures receiver (bugfinder), developed in 1990 by Audiotel in Corby (UK) as the successor to the Scanlock 2000. It uses the same novel harmonic scanning technique as its predecessors, but also offers a number of new facilities and operational modes. Like earlier Scanlock receivers, the ECM can quickly scan the entire frequency spectrum between 10MHz and 4GHz for radio bugs with Amplitude Modulation (AM), Frequency Modulation (FM) or Subcarrier Modulation (SM). In addition, the Scanlock ECM can detect Mains Carrier (MC) transmitters (power line bugs) and Current carrier bugs. Unlike its predecessors, the ECM can also be used as a full-coverage radio scanner, with accurate frequency read out. In addition, an LF mode is present to detect eavesdropping devices operating below 10MHz.
Non-linear Junction Detector: The Broom is one of the first non-linear junction detectors (NLJD), introduced by Audiotel in Corby (UK) in 1990, shortly after they acquired Security Research Ltd from Cray defence Group in 1989. The Broom can detect radio bugs, even if they are not switched on, by searching for the P-N junctions that are present in all electronic semi-conductors, such as diodes and transistors. It was invented by WWII SOE veteran Charles Bovill who initially used it to find corrosion on airplanes.
ORION HGO (The Great Hunter) provides the capability to detect hidden electronic devices, regardless of whether the device is radiating, hard wired, or even turned on at all! ORION is the latest advancement in Non-linear Junction Detection and evaluation for Countersurveillance.
Oscor 5000E [ Enhanced Omni-Spectral Correlator ]
When protecting sensitive information is critical to your success, the OSCOR provides the most reliable and cost effective capability in the industry, including detection of sophisticated transmitters (frequency-hopping, burst/packet, and spread spectrum). OSCOR is a complete eavesdropping detection package that is portable and programmable. OSCOR is a microprocessor controlled countersurveillance system with a custom designed built-in spectrum analyzer that can operate automatically storing all encountered signals and spectrum traces in memory for later review and comparison. Designed to detect all major types of audio and video RF transmitters (even frequency-hopping, burst/packet, and spread spectrum), including carrier current and infrared. The OSCOR is the industry standard in TSCM equipment.
The WM8-197 antenna system is designed to enhance the detection capabilities of the CPD197 mobile phone detector. The lightweight assembly (approx. 600 grams) allows operators to more accurately pin point the location of an operational phone.
The Raptor RXi is an ultra-fast-scanning counter-surveillance receiver for quickly detecting surveillance transmitters. The Raptor scans from 10kHz to 26GHz in under 4s, detecting even the briefest pulsed transmissions. Featuring a fast Core 2 Duo processor, its multiple software tools and demodulators detect frequency hopping, burst mode and spread spectrum devices as well as analogue audio and video signals.
The ANDRE Deluxe - Advanced Near-field Detection Receiver is a broadband receiver that detects nearby ambient RF energy. The ANDRE is an economical tool for detecting known, unknown, illegal or disruptive, or interfering RF transmissions across a 10 kHz to 6 GHz frequency range.
The CPM-700 is a broadband receiver designed to detect and locate all major types of electronic surveillance devices including room, phone, body bugs, video transmitters, and tape recorders. Broadband receivers such as the CPM-700 provide a very important cost-effective tool for professional sweep teams, government security personnel, and private citizens with important security needs.
Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems present a new form of security risk to communications. With new enhancements built into the TALAN software interface, users can now test Internet Protocol (IP) packet traffic on VoIP phones and systems. VoIP data collected by the TALAN software includes Source and Destination Mac Addresses; header type; statistics - total packets; packet rate; peak rate and run time. Users can also define advanced filtering options. Data can be stored and exported to USB or Flash as data files for further analysis, sharing and reporting. The NEW TALAN 3.0 Telephone and Line Analyzer represents advanced capability to detect and locate illicit tampering and security vulnerabilities on digital, analog, and VoIP telephone systems. New hardware provides the ability to test twisted pairs against modern telecommunication threats including shield and ground.
The HAWK XTS-2500 is a portable, simple to use advanced Electronic Device Detector, also known as a Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD). The HAWK XTS-2500 is capable of locating and confirming the presence of electronic components found in devices, regardless whether they are switched on or off.
Bloodhound is an ASMD, Acoustically Stimulated Microphone Detector which is an electronic system for use by Technical Security Inspection Teams for detecting audio eavesdropping. The system works by detecting the radiated field created whenever a microphone detects sound. The Bloodhound operator can either listen to the detected audio or establish acoustic feedback.
White LED illumination for colour inspection in dark areas, i.e. drop ceilings, behind immovable objects, around corners, other difficult to reach areas and in dark situations.
Powered by FLIR's Lepton® camera and using FLIR's exclusive MSX® technology. This rugged device uses FLIR (Forward Looking Infrared) to capture clear thermal imagery, video and even timelapse footage. The thermal imaging technology is used in the field of TSCM to determine if there are any hidden or rogue electronic devices in the vicinity. Electronic devices have multiple ways of accessing power sources on order to function, which indivertibly leads to the emission of heat. The device is also used to identify and locate rogue Wi-Fi access points in the target area.
Cellebrite is a world leader in the development of advance mobile forensic hardware and softwareproducts. The Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED) Touch Ultimate from Cellebrite is an example of hardware used by mobile device investigators to gather information. Mobile devices, which include smart phones and tablet computers, provide increased functionality and ease of use to people, anywhere and anytime. With it comes the potential for mobile device malware (malicious code). Our assessment / investigations reports include the following key focus areas: Findings of the investigation, Identified and potential eavesdropping threats and scenarios and Shortcomings in the client’s physical security measures that can facilitate eavesdropping attempts.
The ORION 2.4 HX Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) detects electronic semi-conductor components in walls, floors, ceilings, fixtures, furniture, containers, or other surfaces. The ORION 2.4 HX NLJD is made to detect and locate hidden cameras, microphones, and other electronic devices regardless of whether the surveillance device is radiating, hard wired, or turned off.
The OSCOR™ Blue Spectrum Analyzer is a portable spectrum analyzer with a rapid sweep speed and functionality suited for detecting unknown, illegal, disruptive, and anomalous rogue transmissions across a wide frequency range. The OSCOR Blue Spectrum Analyzer is designed to detect illicit eavesdropping signals, perform site surveys for communication systems, conduct radio frequency (RF) emissions analysis, and investigate misuse of the RF spectrum.
The MESA is a portable, handheld RF receiver that detects known, unknown, illegal, disruptive, or interfering transmissions. The MESA features unsurpassed mobility and ground breaking features, not found in any other spectrum analyser. First in its class, the MESA is purpose built to locate unknown signals throughout a wide frequency range up to 6 GHz. DETECTS: RF Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Cell phones and Illicit transmissions (Eavesdropping “Bug” Detection).
he Seek ShotPRO is the most advanced thermal imaging camera for professionals. Photos and videos are analysed immediately with new on-board thermography tools. Spot measurements and temperature boxes are created for time-saving reports. Problems are precisely diagnosed with 16x higher resolution.
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