Winkelmann UK

Technical Surveillance Countermeasures

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Winkelmann is an international company engaged in the development, delivery and support of leading-edge counter surveillance, specialist search, communications security and technical services to government and security agencies. Our strategy is to develop and build on our core competencies.

Counter-surveillance receiver

The Raptor RXi is an ultra-fast-scanning counter-surveillance receiver for quickly detecting surveillance transmitters. The Raptor RXi scans from 10kHz to 26GHz in under four seconds, detecting even the briefest pulsed transmissions.

The Raptor is a portable device, allowing reference scans to be easily run in different areas of a building, operating either from an internal rechargeable battery or an external supply. Its integrated antenna system provides excellent wideband performance from 10kHz to 26GHz.

Non-linear junction detector

The Hawk XTS-2500 non-linear junction detector is capable of locating 'bugging' devices even if they are switched off behind plaster board, concrete or brick walls, steel and glass. The higher frequency of the XTS-2500 detector has an advantage on well-screened targets such as mobile phones and similar devices.

The Hawk XTS is lightweight and uses modern technology. Shaped to allow easy handling, the single-body design contains a transceiver, antenna and display assembly on a single extendible unit.

Tactical search kit

The EOD IX tactical search kit comprises a portable under door camera, robust videoscope with four-way tip articulation, 2.5in LCD monitor and rigidiser for pole camera use.

The system uses advanced remote imaging technology, specifically designed to assist law enforcement, prisons and special task forces, with covert surveillance in hard-to-reach places under normal or insufficient lighting conditions.

Lightweight tactical videoscope system

The EOD VIII tactical videoscope system is one of the lightest videoscope systems on the market. The unique portable and robust design combines built-in 2.5in colour display, integrated rechargeable lithium battery and two-way tip articulation.

The innovative CMOS image sensor of the EOD VIII videsoscope captures images with realistic colour reproduction.

Portable cellular jammer

The Blockphone 55 cellular jammer is a high-autonomy portable jammer, designed for outdoor use. This entirely adjustable modular system allows for quick and easy operation.

The Blockphone 55 has been specifically designed for outdoor applications and is primarily used by engineer search teams, first responders and bomb technicians.

Technical surveillance counter measures (TSCM) training

Winkelmann provides a wide range of TSCM training modules for government, military, law enforcement and public service organisations. Our goal is to create unique and generic, market-leading training and provide industry professionals with access to first-hand knowledge and expertise.

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Contact Details

Winkelmann UK Ltd
Unit 63 Rowfant Business Centre
Wallage Lane
West Sussex
Rowfant, nr Crawley
RH10 4NQ
United Kingdom
+44 1342 719024
+44 1342 719030
sales@winkelmann.co.uk
stephenread@winkelmann.co.uk
www.winkelmann.co.uk

Available White Papers

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HAWK XTS and SEARCHER-2500 Non Linear Junction Detector 14 August 2014 A non-linear junction detector has the ability to detect electronic devices containing semi-conductors including diodes, transistors, IC's, microprocessors, microcontroller, triac, power devices and bi-metal junctions.

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Fibre Optic Microphones 30 July 2014 Winkelmann manufactures a wide variety of fibre optic microphones, suitable for a broad range of settings and applications.

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Specialist Visual Search Products 03 January 2013 Winkelmann provides the government, military and security markets an innovative and pioneering portfolio of remote visual inspection products.

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RAPTOR RXi Counter Surveillance Receiver 03 January 2013 One of the main objectives of the RAPTOR RXi is to detect and identify new signals. 'New' signals can be RF surveillance devices, unlicensed stations or unwanted signals, such as interference.