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A Bug Finder Puts You at Ease

A Bug Finder Puts You at Ease


    

A Bug Finder Puts You at Ease

by Steve Thibeault

Have you ever had that feeling, when you walk into a room that someone is watching you, or rather listening to you? Many people report having a sixth sense and they are aware that something just isn't right. These days there are so many covert recording devices available, you could spend a great deal of time searching through the room trying to find one. Alternatively, you could just invest in a bug finder to do the job rather quickly.

In almost all places and jurisdictions, the recording of someone else's voice without their consent is not allowed and is even illegal. This is not to say that it does not take place, as covert surveillance is to be found within many public areas, unfortunately. To give you that important piece of mind, you should consider purchasing a bug finder to help ensure that you are not affected.

Some landlords have been known to take extraordinary measures when they rent or lease a home or apartment to tenants. Most would consider it unacceptable, but some do place miniature bugs, which can be as small as a coin in size, just to see what kind of a tenant you are likely to be. Even though the evidence that they may gather may not be admissible, should they wish they can manufacture a reason to evict you if they find something that they do not like.

Any device that gives off RF energy, or anything that operates with a radio frequency will be detected if you simply walk through the room with the bug finder activated. Don't forget to turn off your cell phones when you do this, allowing you to get a clean sweep of the area.

Some bug finders available today allow you to specify sensitivity controls and give you an idea of the signal direction. An LCD screen will show you the actual frequency that is being detected through the use of the latest microprocessor circuitry.

If you do not want the spy to know that you are looking for his bugs, you can generally set the bug finder to give you an inaudible alarm when something is revealed. This can be in the form of a vibration or a flashing light and will allow you to get rid of the offending item without anyone else knowing.

Most of the bug finder products available today operate between 1 MHz and 3 GHz frequency range which is sufficient to find almost every surveillance product on the market. According to your degree of concern, you can choose different models with different sensitivity constraints. Some will just have a basic warning method, while others come equipped with an LCD display, earphones and alert options.

Whenever you get that feeling that you are "being watched," it is a signal for you to be aware of your surroundings. Never be caught out again and ensure that your environment is always secure through the use of a bug finder.

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