Non Linear Junction Detector - or an NLJD, is a device that illuminates a small region of space with high-frequency, RF energy. Any "non linear junction" in the vicinity—for example, and particularly, the p-n junction -- will receive this energy, and because of the non-linear nature of the junction, it will rectify it, re-emitting some of it on multiples of the illumination frequency (see harmonic). The detector has a sensitive receiver tuned for these harmonics, as well as appropriate processing and displays to make their presence known to the user of the device.
The nonlinear transition detector lornets new 2012-0836-911is an indispensable tool for the rapid and reliable detection of devices containing semiconductor components. It can be used to combat surveillance job search on campus
The nonlinear transition detector lornets new 2012-0836-911is an indispensable tool for the rapid and reliable detection of devices containing semiconductor components. It can be used to combat surveillance job search espoused on the premises (concealed transmitter identification), as well as for placing explosive devices outside. DPF (double frequency sensing) technology with a patented antenna system places it actually different from the competition.
Lornety is a unique nonlinear transition detector that features compact size, ergonomic design and weight. These dimensions are as small as 39-10cm x 4, the weight is less than 700 g due to its thinest antenna (only 18mm) can be used for difficult to find places.
Lornety is highly competitive with most popular models of nonlinear area detectors.
It can work in continuous and pulse mode also with a performance variable.
Buclet-2-912 Compact Nonlinear Junction Detector
Designed to detect both active and passive electronic devices. It provides detection for all types of devices, such as interception receiver-transmitter or radio electronic devices, including mobile phones and SIM cards, dictaphone, radio errors or any listening device.
Detection range 10 cm - 1 m (depending on the equipment you are investigating)