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REI
Research Electronics Inc.

Research Electronics International (REI) is an American developer and manfuacturer of equipment for Technical Surveillance and Counter Measures (TSCM), based in Cookeville (Tennissee, USA). REI is the manufacturer of well-known devices, such as the CPM-700 bug scanner, the ORION Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) and the OSCOR range of computer-controlled bug finders.

REI logo. Copyright Research Electronics International.

REI was founded in 1983 by Bruce Barsumian and was one of the first companies to introduce a Non-Linear Junction Detector (NLJD) in the US. Their SuperScout NLJD was on the market for many years and was sold to many countries for finding inactive listening devices. During the 1980s they were also known for their clever TSCM tools, like the TRD-800 recorder detector. Some of these products are featured below. REI is currently (2015) owned by Bruce Barsumian and Tom Jones.

REI equipment on this website
Body worn record detector and bug detector Portable RF probe monitor (bug finder) Enhanced Omni-Spectral Correlator (bug finder) Simple digitially controlled analogue voice scrambler
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References
  1. REI, Welcome to Research Electronics International, LLC (REI)
    Retrieved November 2015.
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