Specialist Equipment Used

Just like our client's security concerns, not all sweeps are the same and one piece of equipment is not sufficient for all work. Depending on the matter at hand, our technicians utilise various forms of equipment specifically designed for Technical Surveillance Counter Measures to identify and locate all types of standard and advanced transmitting devices.

Some of the equipment utilised by our technicians includes:

 

Kestrel TSCM SigInt radio frequency analysis software enables us to detect rogue transmitting frequencies, store and analyse RFIQ, pin point radio tranmsission locations, remote live monitoring, detection alerting. The software brings us 5G ready now and scalable for the future.
   
oscor greem The OSCOR Green 24GHz is a spectrum analyser designed for commercial TSCM deployment to detect signals from illicit eavesdropping devices, investigation of anomalies within the RF spectrum and further identify and locate the position of illicit eavesdropping devices. Scanning and sweeping 24GHz in one second, the OSCOR Green is the world wide standard in TSCM.
   
The ANDRE is the latest in our toolkit and is a handheld near field receiver that detects known, unknown, illegal, disruptive, or interfering transmissions. The ANDRE locates nearby RF, infrared, visible light, carrier current, and other types of transmitters. 
   
With the ability to deploy eavesdropping devices on and within telephone and lines, the TALAN 3 provides the ability to test telephone and lines for voltage, resistance, current and capacitance, Frequency Domain Refelctometry (FDR), Non Linear Junction Detection (NLJD) as well as Voice over IP (VoIP) packet testing and encryption verification.
   
During the TSCM process, when unused cabling and wiring has been identified in areas such as office false ceilings,the CMA 100 audio amplifier is utilised to detect the presence of possible wired microphones.
   

The ORION 2.4 provides the ability to detect and locate hidden electronics such as listening devices and other bugs, whether the device is laying dormant, not transmitting or dead.

 

 

   

The CPM 700 is a broadband receiver designed to detect and locate electronic surveillance devices and transmitters.

 - Audio frequency from 100Hz to 15KHz

 - VLF (Very Low Frequency) from 15Khz to 1 MHz

 - Radio Frequency from 50HKz to 12 GHz

 - Infrared transmitters 10KHz to 5MHz

- Acoustic leakage

 

   

The Flir E6 enables the detection of heat signatures and anomalies within areas where such heat sources should not be present, such as listening devices. 

   

The Wireless Video Hunter has the ability to scan and view real time video being wirelessly transmitted. 

 The unit uses dedicated anntenas to scan for each of the following frequencies:

 1.2GHz

 2.4GHz

 5.8GHz

   

The Aircheck G2 identifies and locates wireless access points (APs) and their clients to determine whether authorised or potential rogue devices.

 

 

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