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Non-linear junction detector - wanted item - this page is a stub

SuperScout is a non-linear junction detetor (NLJD), introduced around 1976 by Microlab/FXR in Livingston (New Jersey, USA). The device is capable of finding electronic circuits, such as covert listening devices (bugs), in walls and furniture, even when the devices are switched off. The operating principle is based on the British Broom, originally invented by Charles Bovill in the UK.

  • Civilian version 65 mW
  • Government version 2W
  1. SuperScout brochure
    Microlab/FXR. Undated.

  2. De SuperScout Model C1 (Operating Instructions in Dutch language)
    Source unknown. Undated. CM303895.
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