The ANDRE is a handheld broadband receiver that detects known, unknown, illegal, disruptive, or interfering transmissions. The ANDRE locates nearby RF, infrared, visible light, carrier current, and other types of transmitters. Access to eavesdropping and electronic bugging devices is becoming easier and more affordable. Quickly and discreetly mitigate these threats using a wide range of accessories included in the ANDRE Advanced Kit that are specifically designed to receive transmissions across a 10 kHz to 12 GHz frequency range. The Andre Deluxe includes all the accessories found in the basic and advanced models plus the flowing Down Converter Antenna (500 MHz – 12 GHz), Ultrasonic Probe (15 kHz – 80 kHz), Directional Antenna (70 MHz – 500 MHz), Data Logging, PC Data Viewer (Data Viewer can be downloaded and allows the user to view and analyze data Logging information for report writing.), Boom Extender, Probe Tripod, IR Filter, Powered Connector Cable. the deluxe will goto 12 GHz with the down converter antenna
Technical security specialists will appreciate the portability and responsiveness of the ANDRE
The ANDRE features a signal strength histogram displaying RF levels over user-selected time intervals ranging from 5 seconds to 12 hours. Observe differences between (a) digital, (b) analog, and (c) burst signals and set alert thresholds.
- SIGNAL INFORMATION AND BAND DETAILS
The ANDRE frequency counter automatically generates a signal list from the strongest signals. Signal frequencies are listed beginning with the strongest signal and can be designated as threatening, friendly, or unknown. Double tapping a signal provides more details including band classification information.
The ANDRE can demodulate and playback live analog audio. Ten second audio files can be recorded, stored, and played back. The live audio screen displays a bar graph showing received signal strength.
- POST-INVESTIGATION RESOURCES
Gather data throughout an investigation for further analysis following a sweep. Review time chart screenshots, playback demodulated audio, and download captured signal lists on any PC while writing your report
Emissions detection of WiFi, bluetooth, cell phones, illicit transmitters, etc. Interference detection and troubleshooting Contraband detection in correctional facilities, RF research and development, Wireless industry developers, Hobbyists and RF enthusiasts, Educational institutions, Corporate security surveys for illegal, unauthorized, or threatening transmitters, Measuring or detecting acoustic leakage or ultrasonic mechanical vibrations