The NSC330 EMF Detector is designed to detect and locate the sources of electromagnetic radiation from surveillance devices (eavesdropping devices), such as: radio microphones,telephone transmitters, radio-stethoscopes, hidden wireless video cameras, radio beacons, tracking devices, unauthorized use of GSM and DECT cellular phones, unauthorized use of Bluetooth and 802.11 (WLAN, WiFi) devices.
The NSC330 utilizes the principles of wideband detection of electric fields and operates in three main modes:
In this mode, the NSC330 receives radio signals, detects them, and outputs them to the built-in display and as an audio signal to the earphones and the built-in speaker. The level of the signal is indicated on two 32-segment level meters on the display.
The NSC330 also displays the detection of GSM, DECT, Bluetooth, and 802.11g (WLAN, WiFi) signals.
This mode is intended for detecting sources of electromagnetic radiation and storing data in NVRAM.
The maximum number of events that can be stored in NVRAM is 4,096. The events can be viewed when the detector is in the Log View mode.
LOG View mode
The Protocol View mode is intended for viewing the log of events stored in the NSC330’s NVRAM during Monitoring. Events can be sorted by: time, duration, signal levelor frequency value
"NSC330 PC DATA" Software intended to:
-display real-time data and the results of operation of the NSC330;
-load and display textual and graphical information of the operation of the device in MONITORING Mode (Event Log);
-operate the device remotely from the PC.
Frequency range, MHz 50–7000
Threshold Input sensitivity, dBm: -75 (50MHz), -70 (1500MHz), -50 (2500MHz)