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It is possible that foes can spy on you using radio microphones working on ‘stealth’ microwave frequency bands. Conventional RF detectors are typically capable of discovering signals up to 4-6 GHz; therefore higher frequencies usually stay unstudied during sweeping procedures, unless you apply an expensive spectrum analyzer.
The new microwave pointer-probe iProtect 1215 was designed to extend the checked frequency range during sweeping procedures up to 13 GHz. It can find surveillance bugging devices which are usually not detectable by standard RF detectors. The directed antenna allows the operator to understand where the signal originates from and, as such, to locate the source physically.
Particular attention should be paid to the 5.8GHz ISM band on which a number of wireless devices can be active without being discovered by conventional RF detectors at a sufficient distance
ü Electro optical converter type – black-and-white 2+ ü Photocathode luminous sensitivity, no worse – 550 mA/lm ü Resolution – 57 l/mm ü Focal lens – 25 mm ü FOV – 30° ü Minimum viewing distance – 1 m ü Maximum range of detection – 200 m
ü Type of the receiver – Uncooled microbalometer ü Conversion frequency of image, at least – 25 Hz. ü Format of the receiver – 640х480 pix. ü Minimum discernible temperature difference – 0,06°С ü Operating spectral range – 8 – 14 mkm ü Viewing angle – 10,4°х7,8° ü Detection range /recognition of man – 1060/350 m
ü Radiation receiver type – aSi uncooled microbalometer ü Number of sensitive detector elements (matrix) – 384x288 pixels ü Minimum discernible temperature difference – 0,05°С ü Operating spectral range – 8 – 14 mkm ü Viewing angle...