The Protect 1206i is a new class of a counter surveillance device. Unlike all typical searching devices it can detect modern 'hidden' bugs which use such protocols as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Such bugs, especially Bluetooth types, are practically undetectable by common RF detectors due to their very low transmitted power and a special type of modulation. The Protect 1206i uses a separate channel with a high, (2.44 GHz) frequency pre-selector to detect and locate Bluetooth and Wi-Fi with a much higher sensitivity. The unit also then processes the demodulated signal in order to identify which protocol has been detected.
In addition the unit can detect all types of 'conventional' bugging devices (FM-modulated transmitters, digital transmitters, GSM-bugs, etc.) using its distinctive features:
Active correlation: inspecting dangerous places with the probing sound impulses while watching the 'demodulation' bar graph
Recognition of type of digital transmission: GSM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DECT 4 working modes: silent, sound, vibration and mixed
Wide dynamic range thanks to the 16-segment bar graph.
- The perfect tool for searching for digital and analogue transmitters in the frequency range:
- Main antenna 50—4000 MHz
- Auxiliary antenna 2.44 Ghz
- Increased sensitivity to the Bluetooth/Wi-Fi signals allows operator to detect wireless sources at distance of 50 cm — 2 m
- Identification (recognition) of the type of digital transmission: GSM, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DECT
- 16-segment bar graph indicator providing wide dynamic range
- 4 work modes: silent, sound, vibration and mixed
- Correlation function discovers FM-transmitters by the presence of correlation (probing sound is used)
- 2 levels of sensitivity (attenuator)
- Good resource of battery (long battery life)
- Durable metallic body
- Microprocessor controlled
- Latest version includes the extra antenna allowing the device to avoid interference from external sources in cities or near broadcasting towers etc.