Surveillance Devices and Detection Equipment
Some Examples of Surveillance Devices
- Spy software, for monitoring activities on a PC, and spy phone software, for monitoring activities on mobile phones;
- Audio/video bugs, easily hidden anywhere;
- Laser microphone, enables remote listening and can detect sound vibrations through glass;
- Micro digital audio recorder, can be concealed anywhere, even in a vehicle;
- GPS detector, installed on the inside or outside of a vehicle to provide the position of the vehicle in real time and can track the route taken, including stops;
- GPS detector and audio bug, for satellite tracking and transmission of conversations from inside vehicles;
- Phone tapping;
- Audio/video recorders, can be concealed on the person talking to us.
The staff of the INSIDE Electronic Debugging Division use highly professional equipment to identify, locate and remove any kind of listening device that threatens your privacy.
OSCOR GREEN SPECTRUM ANALYZER
OSCOR Green was designed to identify illegal signals, perform inspections for communication systems, analyse radio frequency (RF) emissions and investigate misuse of the RF spectrum.
The OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyser can scan all frequencies from 10 kHz up to 24 GHz in less than a second, enabling rapid detection of hidden electronic transmitting devices in a room or a vehicle.
This highly professional equipment has numerous possibilities of use, but the OSCOR Green mainly allows the following:
- Analysis of the electromagnetic spectrum from 10 kHz to 24 GHz in less than a second, capturing more than 2,000,000 data points per second;
- Three hours of continuous use, allowing the clearance of large rooms and/or industrial structures;
- Rapid identification and location of any type of RF transmission.
The CPM-700 is a professional device designed for detecting and locating all major types of electronic devices used in surveillance operations, including radio frequency bugs, micro-cameras, GSM micro-bugs, video transmitters, micro-recorders and laser directional microphones.
Devices such as the CPM-700 are important and effective tools for professional counter surveillance teams, government security personnel and private citizens with security needs.
The CPM-700 is highly effective for the rapid detection and location of transmitted signals.
Probes can be used to detect RF transmitters (audio and video) and induction transmitters on electrical circuits and the phone systems. There are also probes to detect infra-red transmitters and recorders.
From 200Hz to over 3GHz.
During bug sweeping, the monitor mode (silent or audible) warns of possible remote control devices.
Auxiliary audio input
This allows users to listen to telephones or test unknown wires that can conceal wired microphones in the cable ducting of their homes or offices.
The MDS-4001 is a highly professional device designed to detect and locate electronic equipment used in surveillance operations, such as radio frequency bugs, micro-cameras, video transmitters, micro-recorders and directional microphones.
The RAKSA iDet Selective RF Detector allows you to identify and locate a wide variety of radio transmitters normally used to gain unlawful access to confidential information in a given area.
Below is a list of some of the devices identified by RAKSA:
- Mobile phones of GSM 900/1800, UMTS(3G), CDMA 450 (453-458 MHz), UMTS 900 standards
- Cordless handsets
- Bluetooth and Wi-Fi devices
- Wireless video cameras
- Radio transmitters (AM, FM, PM, FSK, PSK, etc.)
Thanks to its compact size, the device permits the utmost discretion.
The CAM-105w is an essential device for preliminary analysis of areas to be swept for bugging devices. This instrument detects GSM (2G), UMTS (3G) and 4G (LTE) mobile phones, smartphones, GPS, SMS communications, streaming video on 3G/4G frequencies and Wi-Fi & Bluetooth devices.
The CAM-105W is designed to detect and locate transmissions from devices based on mobile telephony modules, such as mobile phones, PDAs and smartphones, GPS/GSM tracking bugs and concealed 3G/4G wireless cameras.
It can be used to check for hidden devices in rooms used for confidential meetings, examination halls, hospitals or prisons, and to locate hidden tracking devices in vehicles.
The CAM-105W also has a separate 2400 Mhz band detector to deal with the fast-growing threat from Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/video devices. The detected signal is analysed by complex algorithms to determine its nature and type. The wireless detection mode (2.4 Ghz) records the last 24 hours of activity, which can then be viewed later for more detailed analysis.
The thermal imaging camera is a special camera sensitive to infrared radiation that takes thermographic pictures and video.
Once the radiation has been measured, it provides temperature maps of exposed surfaces, which are often used for scientific or military purposes.
Thermal imaging cameras can measure the temperature of each individual point of the image examined, after entering the temperature and emissivity parameters in the instrument (or the image analysis software during post processing).
The device rapidly “reads” the energy value stored by each pixel and generates an image of the object observed, either in black and white or false colours.
This allows us to unmistakably distinguish all technical devices hidden in inaccessible places, such as crawlspaces, plasterboard walls or any other space suitable for hiding an audio or video micro-bug.
The possibility of comparing data from the ordinary equipment used in electronic debugging allows us to identify and locate any type of device used for audio and video surveillance with absolute certainty.
The INSIDE Electronic Debugging Division reserves the right to use whatever equipment it deems most suitable for each particular case.