Wireless Transmitters, Bugs & Taps

Surveillance or ‘spying’ are fast becoming an acceptable way of monitoring the on goings of everyday life. There are many forms of spying and spy equipment, such as; the wireless transmitter, bugging and the phone tap.

In spying terms, a bug is a gadget that is used to collect information or gather audio evidence that you need, that you might not normally have access to.

Bugging equipment can be found in many sizes and shapes; they are also usually disguised. It is fairly simple to hide these gadgets as they are often no smaller than lipstick, a lighter and in modern times only the size of a hairpin.

There are different types of bugs, for example a room bug can be left in an inconspicuous place and it will pick up the sounds or conversations that are going on around it. Certain bugs can assist in hearing both sides of the phone conversation. For that one has to simply plug the phone bug into a phone jack and then it passes on both ends of the chat to the listening position.

There are a lot of things that can be done with these bugs and phone taps. Many of the documents in this category detail the specifics.

Phone Tapping is the monitoring of telephone and Internet conversations by a third party, often by covert means. Telephone wiretapping began in the 1890s, following the invention of the telephone recorder. Wiretapping has also been carried out under most Presidents, usually with a lawful warrant.

Tapping can be done officially, according to the law of state it may obligatory for companies to provide access for tapping lines to the security services and the police. It is also possible to tap conversations unofficially. You can learn how to tap a phone line in order to know what people using the phone are saying and whom they are calling. Phone tapping can be done for many reasons.

In this archive you will find a range of how-to guides on wireless transmitters, bugs and many more spying and surveillance techniques and methods.