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Bugging Everybodys Favorite Subject A Bug is a device which is placed in an area which then intercepts communications and transmits them out of that area to a listening post There are five categories of Bugs Acoustic Ultrasonic RF Optical and Hybrid Acoustic is the placing of a water glass stethoscope or rubber tube into an area and directly intercepting the communication with the naked ear Ultrasonic is a technique to convert the sound into an audio signal above the range of human hearing the ultrasonic sound is then intercepted nearby and converted back to audio RF or Radio Frequency is the most well known type of bugging device A radio transmitter is placed in an area or in a device This is your classic martini olive bug and spy shop store device Extremely easy to detect but cheap disposable and difficult to trace back to the person who planted it This was the Watergate bug Optical is a bugging device that converts sound or data into an optical pulse of light It is rarely used expensive and easy to detect Any of the above techniques and devices can be combined to make a Hybrid bug Families of Bugs Free Space Emission 1AcousticAudible Pressure Waves 2AcousticUltrasonic Pressure Waves 3OpticalInvisible Light UV etc 4OpticalVisible Light 5OpticalInvisible Light Infrared etc 6RF Transmission VLF 3 kHz - 3 MHz 7RF Transmission HF 100 kHz - 70 MHz 8RF Transmission VHF 30 MHz - 300 MHz 9RF Transmission UHF 300 MHz - 1 GHz 10RF Transmission Microwave Low 900 MHz - 3 GHz 11RF Transmission Microwave Mid 3 GHz - 125 GHz 12RF Transmission Microwave High 125 GHz - 2653340 GHz 13RF Transmission Microwave mm 2653340 GHz - 325 GHz 14RF Transmission Microwave mm2 325 GHz - 15 THz 15Free Space - Magnetic Conducted Emission 16Audible Voice Frequency 17Ultrasonic 18Video 19Current Carrier up to
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