In order to work, most wiretaps need RF receivers. Detective Store offers wideband scanners with search capabilities, which are ideal for use with most listening devices that use radio technology.
At the Detective Store, we particularly recommend the brands Uniden and Icom – manufacturers of scanners and receivers with features like: a wide range of reception for FM / AM /... More
To use eavesdropping devices effectively, you need to equip yourself additionally with radio frequency scanners and signal receivers. Whether you are a professional or only need a device for your own needs, you will find everything you need to know at Detective Store. We particularly recommend the UBC 125 XLT wideband radio scanner from Uniden. It is a device that allows you to listen to CB radio, AIR, UHF and VHF frequencies.
With the use of the UBC 125 XLT broadband radio scanner, you can comfortably listen to frequencies in the range of 25-960 MHz, i.e. scanning of waves used by the police, emergency services, among others, but also you can listen to conversations made with the use of CB radio or cordless phones. The UBC 125 XLT radio scanner is the perfect working tool for a detective or journalist. The memory built into the scanner allows you to store the 10 most frequently listened to channels and 50 sub-channels, which can be individually named. It is worth adding that the scanner automatically recognises coded transmissions and reads CTCSS and DSC codes. The signal is clear and free of distortion thanks to a triple filter that eliminates sound distortions. The headphone input of the UBC 125 XLT makes discreet listening easier. By additionally connecting a voice recorder, you can take voice notes at the same time. The radio scanner has a built-in antenna and is powered by batteries or an AC adapter. The belt clip allows you to attach the scanner conveniently and discreetly and to hide it under a jacket, for example.