TSCM Electronic Bug Sweep Equipment

National Surveillance and Intelligence has invested in state-of-the-art TSCM Electronic Bug Sweep Equipment that are used by intelligence agencies, defence departments and governments worldwide, including Australia (DFAT, DoD, ASD, etc), and we are constantly monitoring new threats and expanding our knowledge base to offer our clients the most current forms of countermeasures available.

We have a purpose built Threat Test Facility whereby we research and test threats that can present themselves to our clients. Some of the equipment used by NSI are restricted and only available to those with Specialist Government Clearances.

Other equipment used includes the following:
  • Spectrum Analysis (capability: 9 kHz to 70 GHz)
  • Non-Linear Junction Detectors (900MHz and 2.5GHz)
  • Thermal Emissions Analysers
  • Telephone and Line Analysers
  • Custom made TSCM Software
  • RF Spectrum Monitoring for Real Time TSCM Monitoring
  • Cellular interception analyser
  • Cellular, Wireless and Bluetooth analysis
NSI has the capability to conduct simultaneous eavesdropping detection sweeps in three different locations such as building levels, suburbs, states or countries.

We have the ability to check boardrooms/offices in 4 different locations and live monitor them to detect any threats. During real time monitoring we connect the spectrum analysers to a custom made TSCM software which allows us to monitor and locate devices in real time. As part of live monitors, we are able to use NSI’s proprietary sensor system to easily locate all types of devices that are transmitting in a premises, whether it is a Wi-Fi, cellular, or Bluetooth device, burst transmitter and so on.

Our Spectrum Analysers handle spectrum monitoring, bugging device detection, RF and microwave signal analysis, trace data analysis, burst and packet device detection and backhaul testing or cellular and mobile phone signal measurements.

They can also detect sophisticated transmitters (frequency-hopping, burst/packet, and spread spectrum, carrier current and infrared). Our Thermal Emissions Equipment allows us to detect the slightest surface temperature variation to allow our team to investigate the possibility of a device that may be hidden.