Bug Detectors can be used to find Wireless RF Devices and Phone Taps while performing Bug Sweeps and Counter Surveillance Bug Detection.
Bug Detectors are used to locate hidden cameras, audio bugs, listening devices, and real time GPS tracking devices that someone may be using to obtain your personal information, whereabouts, etc. Here are some reasons why someone would be interested in placing a bug or a hidden camera in your home or place of business: You are currently going through a divorce. You may be involved in a custody battle. You are engaged in long term projects that you want to keep secret. Your company may be offering competitive technology or may be going public. You may have private investigator watching you. You have a jealous boyfriend or girlfriend wanting to track you daily activities.
Hidden Cameras can be purchased and placed just about anywhere. They can be installed in your light switch, VCR, lamp or mirror. FM audio bugs are very small and can be purchased and placed easily. They are designed to transmit on a FM signal that can be heard by tuning in on a FM radio while parked across the street. Several cell phones have the option to be called without hearing the ringer and automatically picked up. The user on the other end can then hear everything that the cell phone can hear when it is live and in use. A disgruntled employee could simply leave his cell phone live during an important meeting transmitting confidential information to your competitors on the other end.
Most hidden cameras and bugs use wireless technology to transmit the audio and or video to a receiver where the signal can then be viewed and recorded. The power of that signal will depend on how far it is transmitting to the receiver. Some devices may be transmitted to the room next door and others may be transmitted up to 3 to 5 miles away. These frequencies obviously can not be seen with the naked eye but can be detected by using a bug detector. A RF Bug Detector is simply a device used to detect frequencies that are being transmitted by a hidden wireless camera, GPS tracking device, live cell phone or audio bug.
You will want to purchase a bug detector with a wide Bug Detection range of around 0 ~ 6 GHz.
Note: If you have serious security concerns you may want to contact us to perform a complete Bug Sweep of your property.