Portable multi-channel detector digital radio communications (digital bugs) Protect 1207i

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One of the most modern and powerful, portable device for the detection of any wireless transmission. From the simplest radio bugs to new digital transmitters use digital communication protocols. PROTECT 1207i is able to detect a hidden device at a distance of 10 meters.

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We present to your attention a new generation search tool multichannel detector digital radio communications (digital bugs) Protect 1207i. This multichannel detector to detect and localize the transmitters using the latest digital radio protocols GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, 3G, DECT, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wi- Max. A wide range of frequencies, separate radio with preselector high sensitivity and selectivity, digital signal processing and protocol identification allow the identification of technical channels of information leakage detection of which was beyond the power of previous-generation detectors.

 

Modern wireless communication protocols used in modern communications, are increasingly being used in the media eavesdropping. High quality audio and video, the digital technology infrastructure of mobile networks can receive audio and visual information about the object in real time and virtually any distance away. Coating quality mobile communication systems with high precision allows to position the position of moving objects, using radio beacons. Modern storage location tracking using GPS receiver and transmit the coordinates of the object over mobile networks. Broadcast protocol, the algorithm of devices and a broad band of radio spectrum makes it extremely difficult, and sometimes impossible, to detect radiopredatchikov classic detektrov field. Thus, conventional broadband detectors field detected Wi-Fi transmitter at a distance of about 10 cm, and Bluetooth remained almost not found.

Solve the problem of detecting weak broadband signal reception is possible only by dividing into separate frequency bands that will give the opportunity to significantly improve the signal / noise ratio at the detector input. This problem is solved in the new multichannel detector Protect 1207i. The device SAW filters used for each frequency channel that provides high selectivity and sensitivity of the detector in each selected frequency band. Simultaneous analysis of radio emission in the six frequency bands belonging to different wireless protocols, digital signal processing and protocol identification Protect 1207i signal can effectively detect and localize the "complex" signals at a distance of several meters.

Key Features

  • The high sensitivity of the detector
  • Simultaneous analysis of radiation in the frequency bands of 6
  • Identification of radio protocols detected sources
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Microprocessor control
  • Low power consumption
  • Shock-resistant metal housing

The main function

  • View the level of radiation (10-segment LED display, 6 pages)
  • Display of the detected radio communication protocol
  • Sound detector
  • Vibroindikator
  • The weakening of the received signal level (ATT)
  • Battery Indicator

The assay protocols

  • CDMA: 824-849 MHz
  • GSM: 880-920 MHz
  • GSM (DCS): 1710-1790 MHz
  • WCDMA, 3G, GSM (PCS), DECT: 1920-2000 MHz
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi: 2400-2480 MHz
  • Wi-Max: 3000-7000 MHz

Specification

  • Antenna: 2 antennas, a pie chart
  • Of-band attenuation: -20 ÷ 45 dB
  • Attenuator - 20 dB
  • Detection range of the transmitter 1 - 10 m
  • Power: 2 AAA batteries
  • Continuous working time: 10 - 15 h
  • Dimensions: 120 x 70 x 16 mm

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