The Multi-channel detector for wireless protocols
DD1207 is a tool to help you locate any devices that transmits a digital wireless signal. This unit has 6 channel detection's for different kinds of protocols at a distance of 32’. This device will detect WIFI, GSM, Bluetooth, RF, CDMA and WCDMA signals at a frequency range between 824MHz ~7Ghz. When the device discovers a wireless signal, the bar graph pertaining to the signal type will light up and vibrate or beep. The unit offers four modes when it has detected a signal; silent, beeping, visual and vibration. This unit runs off of 2x AAA batteries; which provides a battery life between 10-15 hours (varies on usage).
GSM and CDMA are two different communication standards. All U.S. providers use exclusively one or the other. GSM means "Global System for Mobile communications", and it is the standard currently in use more or less worldwide. In the U.S., the major providers using this standard are T-Mobile and AT&T Wireless. CDMA means "Code Division Multiple Access". This standard used to be the dominant standard in the U.S. Now it is used by Verizon and Sprint. It still has more users than GSM, but the difference is not very significant. WCDMA means Wideband Code Division Multiple Access and is an air interface standard found in 3G mobile telecommunications networks.
This device can differentiate bugs that send wireless signals from normal everyday household items such as, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It is recommended that you power down all your devices that send signals to help avoid false positives.
Detect the following kinds of bugging devices: GSM baby-monitors/GSM alarm/GSM bugs GSM/GPRS/EDGE/3G video cameras GSM Spy phones GPS Trackers Bluetooth bugging devices Spy phones with Bluetooth/Wi-Fi Wi-Fi/Wi-Max bugging devices Wireless videocameras 2.4 Ghz