PRO 1207i DETECTOR TRACKERS/GSM/WIFI

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PRO 1207i DETECTOR TRACKERS/GSM/WIFI

£ 595.00
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The Pro 1207i is a new measuring device which can be successfully used by engineers or counter surveillance specialists as a reliable tool for tracing different digital transmissions such as GSM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. New methods of "listening and watching" with the help of modern technologies has become widely spread in our times. For

example, a tiny GSM transmitter is accessible at practically any internet spy-shop for only £100-200 and can listen to all your conversations in the office or at home. Modern GPS Trackers use the GSM and 3G cellular networks for transmitting the GPS coordinates of a car. A lot of tiny hidden cameras use Wi-Fi for sending the video.And perhaps more importantly the Bluetooth protocol has been specially designed to transmit voices or conversations with high quality at a distance of up to 100 m it can easily be used for bugging.

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Description

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Variants of use:

  • Detection of GPS Trackers in vehicles
  • Finding hidden Wi-Fi (Wi-Fi finder)
  • Cell phone finder (GSM and 3G)
  • Bluetooth bug detector
  • GSM bug detector
  • 3G (LTE) detector
  • Wi-Fi camera detector
  • Detecting the illegal/prohibited use of mobile phones during negotiations, examinations, in prisons, hospitals

 

Detect the following kinds of bugging devices:

Bugging devices using GSM/3G/LTE standards Spy phones (illegally pre-programmed) GPS Trackers,Alarm systems and baby monitors with 'Listen' function Bluetooth bugging devices Wi-Fi/Wi-Max bugging devices Wireless videocameras 2.4/5.8 Ghz

Bargraphs:

The Pro 1207i has 6, 10-segment, 'SIGNAL STRENGTH' bar graph indicators providing the following precise information to the operator

CDMA/LTE800 (4G) standard GSM 900 standard GSM 1900 and CDMA 1900 or GSM 1800 WCDMA (UMTS, 3G), most of the modern DECT telephones or as above plus GSM 1900 and CDMA 1900 Wi-Fi access points and adapters, Bluetooth devices All transmitters in the range of 2.5-7 GНz, including most kinds of the Wi-Max, Wi-Fi High/LTE (4G) protocols

How to detect GPS trackers using the Pro 1207i​:

The  method to detect GPS trackers using the Protect 1207i:

To detect transmissions (uploads) going from the tracker to the mobile network GSM/3G when the vehicle is moving.

To detect the reestablishment of the connection between the tracker and the network after the connection was lost.

Method 1

The Pro 1207i can detect GPS trackers when they transmit their coordinates. Many trackers have a vibration sensor (G-sensor) and do not send coordinates when the car is not moving. The transmissions can be made with a pre-programmed interval, for example each 15 seconds, 1 minute or 15 minutes. It is also possible that a tracker uploads the collected coordinates under an external request and does not initiate transmissions by itself. Therefore Method 2 is better, although extra equipment is needed.

Make sure your own mobile phones are off (‘flight mode’ on or power off) and there are no other phones in the car. If the car has its own GSM/3G phone or an anti-theft alarm system, it is necessary to deactivate the phone or alarm system by taking out its SIM card temporarily.

Position the Pro 1207i in a front part of the vehicle and start moving. If possible, select a route far away from highly populated cities (in the country) in order to avoid accidental measurements of GSM/3G signals from other peoples’ mobile phones.

Watch the GSM and 3G bargraphs on the Pro 1207i. Typical periodical increases might be a sign of the tracker sending signals to the network. As it was said above it is unknown what interval can be pre- programmed in the tracker, but it should be the same during the measurement. So, if you observe increases on the bargraph with a non-changing interval, it might be a sign of the presence of a tracker.

The vehicle should be moving during the measurements. For an ‘express’ variant 30 minutes of testing might be enough, for a ‘deep seeking’ drive for 1-2 hours while watching the detector.

Repeat the procedure with the Pro 1207i placed in a rear part of the car as it is unknown in what part of the car the tracker might be hidden.

Features :

  • Portable device for the inspection and location of wireless sources
  • 6 channels of detection for different kinds of protocols
  • Detection of GSM/CDMA/3G/DECT/LTE
  • Detection of Bluetooth/Wi-Fi/Wi-Max
  • Can be used for tracing both regular sources and illegal eavesdropping devices
  • 6 bar graphs with 10-segments each, for accurate location of RF sources 4 modes: Silent, Vibration, Visual and Listen
  • 2 levels of sensitivity (attenuator) Extra display shows probable protocol Durable metallic body Microprocessor controlled Setup mode with selection the threshold level for vibration.

Specifications:

  • CDMA, LTE800(4G), MHz: 824 - 849
  • GSM, MHz: 880 - 920
  • GSM (DCS), MHz: 1710 - 1790
  • WCDMA, 3G, GSM (PCS), DECT, MHz: 1920 - 2000
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, MHz: 2400 - 2480
  • Wi-Max, MHz: 3000 - 7000
  • Out of band attenuation, db: 20 - 45
  • Antenna type, QTY: Omni-directional, 2
  • Detection distance, m: 1 - 10
  • Operation time, hours: 10 - 15
  • Power: 2 AAA (LR03) batteries
  • Dimensions (without antennas), mm × mm × mm: 120×70×16
  • Weight, g: 217

 

 

 

 

 

Item Details

Features:

The Pro 1207i is a new measuring device which can be successfully used by engineers or counter surveillance specialists as a reliable tool for tracing different digital transmissions such as GSM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. New methods of "listening and watching" with the help of modern technologies has become widely spread in our times. For example, a tiny GSM transmitter is accessible at practically any internet spy-shop for only £100-200 and can listen to all your conversations in the office or at home. Modern GPS Trackers use the GSM and 3G cellular networks for transmitting the GPS coordinates of a car. A lot of tiny hidden cameras use Wi-Fi for sending the video.And perhaps more importantly the Bluetooth protocol has been specially designed to transmit voices or conversations with high quality at a distance of up to 100 m it can easily be used for bugging.

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