The Combined Radio Frequency and Non Linear Junction Detector Kit is designed to
detect transmitters whether they are alive or dead. Often time is limited when conducting
a TSCM search and as such the kit allows for the rapid detection of all bugs that are
transmitting followed by a more time consuming search of bugs that are not. The kit
includes the RF Detector the Locator XD and a 140mm diameter mirror (unbreakable
acrylic) with an extension shaft and LED torch to aid with the physical search.
The Locator Non-Linear Junction Detector incorporates the very latest advances in this
field of technology and is designed for the detection, location and analysis of concealed passive
or active electronic devices. The systems is designed to be modular, lightweight and robust and
is an essential tool for electronic countermeasure searches, explosive ordinance disposal and a
variety of security applications. The Locator Non-Linear Junction Detector has been
designed to the very highest standards, in terms of functionality, ease of operation and
reliability. It offers unrivalled performance and is in our opinion the most cost effective high performance NLJD currently available.
The RF Detector is designed to detect, locate, and identify, virtually all known or theoretically possible, Radio Microphone attacks, with an ease of use previously impossible. It is a highly effective system whether used by used by seasoned professionals, or those who have had only limited training. The RF Detector is a Differential Field Gradient Radio Microphone Detector that works by detecting the rapidly changing Electromagnetic field created by an adjacent Radio microphone, while rejecting the strong but essentially constant electromagnetic fields due to distant but powerful broadcast transmitters.
The RF Detectorís search head contains two balanced ultra wide band detectors positioned side by side. The system works by comparing the outputs from the two detectors on the search head. When the search head is detecting only innocent broadcast transmissions from distance sources, the output from each of the two search head detectors is equal, and the unit will give little or zero meter indication. When the search head is moved over a radio microphone, the systemís metering detects the imbalance providing indication on the LED metering, usually a full scale deflection.