OSCOR Green is designed for commercial applications to detect illicit eavesdropping signals, perform site surveys for communication systems, conduct radio frequency (RF) emissions analysis, and investigate misuse of the RF spectrum.
The OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer sweeps 24GHz in 1 second quickly detecting transmitting electronic surveillance devices. OSCOR Green's unique integrated auto switching antenna system requires no extra antennas or cables. At 9.6lbs/4.4kg, OSCOR Green is portable and convenient to operate. The 8.4in/21.3 cm high resolution touch screen display puts "drag" and "move" controls at your finger tips.
The OSCOR Blue is a hand held spectrum analyzer with rapid sweep speed and functionality suited for detecting unknown, illegal, disruptive, and anomalous rogue transmissions over a wide frequency range. The OSCOR Blue is ideal for:
Communication Site Surveys
RF Emissions analysis
Wireless service installers and providers
Security Surveys for eavesdropping protection
The OSCOR Blue sweeps 24GHz in 1 second quickly detecting transmitting electronic surveillance devices. The OSCOR Blue utilizes an integrated auto switching antenna system and requires no extra antennas or cables. At 9.6lbs/4.4kg, OSCOR Blue is portable and convenient to operate.
The OSCOR Blue is listed on the United States Munitions List (USML) and requires an export license under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) per the U.S. Department of State’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC). For more information on the OSCOR Blue, contact REI at firstname.lastname@example.org
The current firmware version of the OSCOR Blue is 184.108.40.2068. Firmware updates may require your unit to be returned to REI. Complete the OSCOR Blue update request form for additional update information.
Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems present a new form of security risk to communications. With new enhancements built into the TALAN software interface, users can now test internet protocol (IP) packet traffic on VoIP phones and systems. VoIP data collected by the TALAN software includes Source and Destination Mac Addresses; header type; statistics - total packets; packet rate; peak rate and run time. Users can also define advanced filtering options. Data can be stored and exported to USB or Flash as data files for further analysis, sharing and reporting.
The ORION 2.4 HX is REI's newest NLJD (Non-Linear Junction Detector) model offering increased transmit power up to 6.6 W and a touch screen display.
Building on the success of the standard ORION 2.4, the HX features a completely new grip molded touch screen controller display. The touchscreen display provides fingertip control of operation settings and graphic displays of transmit power histogram and spectrum type display of transmit, 2nd, and 3rd harmonic bands, which can be captured and saved for historical reference and reporting.
The ORION 2.4 HX transmits a maximum 6.6 W (EIRP) digital spread spectrum signal (2.4 GHz @ 1.25 MHz BW) for greater energy on target, increased detection range, and interference avoidance.
Expand your visual inspection capabilities... Inspect drop ceilings, behind immovable objects, around corners, or other difficult to reach areas, even in dark situations with the VPC-64 or the VPX-64 Video Pole Camera.
The Countermeasures Amplifier (CMA-100) is a high gain audio amplifier used to detect and identify certain types of surveillance devices attached to building wiring such as telephone wiring, LAN and server systems, AC Power, Alarm wire etc.
Research Electronics International is proud to offer this interchangeable borescope kit. Each Product can be purchased individually for a specific use, or can be purchased as a kit to cover a wide array of situations.
The ANG-2200 is designed to create a perimeter of noise around a target area that defeats wired microphones inside walls, contact microphones, audio transmitters located in AC outlets, and laser/microwave reflections from windows.