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Electronic Bug Detection in Los Angeles –

XPressGuards provides a professional bug detection service to businesses, government agencies, and individuals all across the world. Bug detection, also known as bug sweeping or Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM), is a physical and technical inspection used to find illegal electronic surveillance, bugging, and eavesdropping devices.

Checking your premises for eavesdropping devices and/or proof of an attack is part of our comprehensive services. The survey will include searching the radio spectrum for active transmissions, such as mobile phone technology such as 4G, 3G, GSM, and Wi-Fi, as well as hidden cameras.

Hidden, dormant, and passive eavesdroppers such as microphones and recorders will be searched using specialized bug detector equipment. In addition, the furnishings, equipment, voids, and construction of the building will be thoroughly examined.

Is it necessary for me to use a professional bug detection service?

Bugging devices are widely available on the internet and are the simplest and most convenient approach to obtain information about your company. By using XPressGuards’s bug detection services and having your premises swept on a regular basis, you will be able to go about your daily business knowing that your confidential information will be kept private.

For over 11+ years, XPressGuards has provided skilled and unobtrusive bug detection services. Visit our TSCM page for more information on our bug detection capabilities.

XPressGuards Security bug sweeps begin with a spectrum analyzer looking for frequencies outside of the typical commercial spectrum that are emitted from the target region. It graphs signal frequency and power, as well as distortion, harmonics, wave length, and other determinants. With the frequency on the horizontal plane and the amplitude on the vertical plane, the graph mimics that of an oscilloscope. This device distinguishes between speech and data transmissions from cell phones, cordless phones, WiFi signals, and bugs emitting wireless signals. Contact us now for more information.

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