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  • By george chemy
    Jul 27, 2009
    "OSCOR " The OSCOR combines all the functions of a switched and amplified antenna array, peak detection circuitry 220-601 exam, wide band search receiver, demodulator, audio correlator, computer controller, LCD display panel, and hard copy printer into one briefcase. The OSCOR is simple, easy to use, reliable, and lightweight 70-294 exam. It is a cost effective system that out performs government and military systems costing much more (such as the Rockwell MSS System). When properly used the OSCOR can automatically detect most surveillance devices using radio frequencies between 10 kHz to over 3 GHz (to 22 GHz with optional downconvertors) 70-444 exam, an area of the RF spectrum used by many of the surveillance devices made. The most popular bugging frequencies for free space RF audio and telephone surveillance devices is between 30 MHz and 960 MHz for non-microwave devices. The OSCOR covers this area well, and is sensitive enough, and the multi-pole IF filters sharp... More > enough to pick up very low power devices at considerable distances. Microwave threats commonly exist from 900 MHz to 60 GHz 70-649 exam, however; most microwave surveillance equipment sold "over-the-counter" uses frequencies around 900-950 MHz, 1100-1400 MHz, 1700-1950 MHz, and 2400-2500 MHz. With coverage up to 3 GHz the OSC5000 easily detects these types of devices. While the OSCOR will not demodulate spread spectrum emissions, it will identify the electromagnetic signature of such devices. With VLF coverage from 10 kHz to 5 MHz, carrier current devices can be easily identified. Additionally, tape recorder bias oscillators and digital audio recorders can be identified from their emissions between 30 kHz to 300 kHz. Note: Most carrier current devices operate between 30 kHz and 15 MHz (the area from 75 kHz to 400 kHz is the most popular) 70-431 exam. Also, there are a number of wide band spread spectrum carrier current devices on the market, so the VLF spectrum must be VERY carefully examined.< Less
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November 5, 2007
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.23 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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