The new ORION 900 HX Non-Linear Junction Detector from REI detects electronic semi-conductor components through dense materials such as bricks, concrete, and soil. The longer 900 MHz wavelength excels at detecting older, less refined circuitry and also penetrating building and construction materials compared to the shorter wavelength of the 2.4 GHz model, which excels at detecting modern, surface mounted circuitry in normal office environments.
For those with both applications, a new ORION HX Deluxe package is available which includes interchangeable 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz antenna heads. The antenna heads are easily exchanged in under twenty seconds by simply turning a pair of thumb screws. The touch screen controller on the ORION handle automatically recognizes the attached antenna and displays the corresponding data.
The longer 900 MHz wavelength does better at detecting older, less refined circuitry and also penetrating building and construction materials compared to the shorter wavelength of the 2.4 GHz model, which is better suited for detecting modern, surface mounted circuitry in normal office environments.
A new generation of Non-Linear Junction Detectors introduced in 2013 ushered in a digital spread spectrum, 2.4 GHz model called ORION 2.4. The ORION 2.4 provides an FCC, CE and IC compliant product for detecting and locating hidden or obscured electronics.
Algood, Tennessee, U.S.A. – July 6, 2015 – Research Electronics International (REI) has introduced a new Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) – the ORION 2.4 HX. The new ORION 2.4 HX compliments the standard ORION 2.4, introduced in 2013, with several distinguishing features including a 3.3W model and a higher 6.6W transmit power model, both with built in touch screen display.
In the late 80s and early 90s, the bag phone was developed as a portable communication device, but when the next generation digital cell phone came out, the bag phone and other analog variants soon became history. Digital signal processing offered so many benefits to signal delivery, there was really no comparison. Modern digital modulation can provide higher quality signal purity with much lower noise interference. Today, practically everything is digital.
Algood, Tennessee, USA, December 2014 – The ORION™ 2.4 Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) has been tested by an independent third-party testing laboratory and found to be compliant with multiple international safety standards.
Algood, Tennessee, USA – August 22nd, 2013 – Surreptitious electronics are becoming smaller and harder to detect, which can present serious problems for security professionals everywhere. The new ORION™ 2.4 Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) from REI provides better sensitivity for detecting and locating smaller more advanced semiconductor circuitry, even when the target device is turned off.