The PHR-II is a professional device able to detect any RF bugs and special technical means (STM) used for obtaining of confidential information. It is also exploited to identificate most of natural or artificial sources of information leakage.
The main devices in which the STM PHR-II is widely used are:
1. Systems which use radio channel such as: impulsive radio microphones, Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) equipments, telephone transmitters, radio stethoscopes, wireless cameras, mobile phones, CDMA modems, GSM, 3G and unauthorized standard DECT, electronic devices that use digitalized transmission channels such as 4G, WLAN and Bluetooth standards, radio beacons for object movement tracking;
2. Electronic devices that use AC power, telephone, coaxial, security and fire alarm lines for information transfer;
3. Electronic equipment using infrared transmission, such as laser microphones;
4. Transmission systems working in the ultrasonic frequency range;
Due to the complexity of data to be processed, the multifunctional system PHR-II uses specific electronic modules, or external probes, to detect each type of signal among which: wired lines frequency demodulators, radio signal and infrared adapters, infrared and vibro-acoustic magnetic sensors, as well as telescopic antennas suitable for each frequency range.
Additionally, the professional sweeping system PHR-II takes advantage of an intelligent software for the synthesis and the management of the acquired data.