DD1030 Rapid Deployment Rabbler Noise Generator Audio Kit
Protection just got 4xs better with this DD1030 rapid deployment kit. Protect from eavesdropping using the NG3000. The Rabbler creates an additional barrier of noise interference, making it possible to mask your conversation when confidentiality is necessary.
The best-selling portable, handheld noise generator is now in a kit of 4.
4 Rabblers in a waterproof, rugged case for easy transport and deployment, no TSCM professional should be without this kit in their arsenal.
The DD1030 Rabbler creates additional barrier interference which masks your speech.
It is when a certain noise level is reached that listening devices will record or transmit information, it is extremely difficult, or impossible, to extract the speech component.
Since the generator creates a ‘speech-like’ noise, the cleaning of this sound is extremely difficult or most likely impossible, if the level of noise is sufficient. Thus defeating the hidden microphone.
The DD1030 housing of the unit is made from rugged material and is extremely durable, guaranteeing a long life for the device.
Please note that the DD1030 Rabbler is just a tool, complementing and reinforcing the measures taken to protect you from eavesdropping and recording.
Foremost, the security of your conversation depends on yourself, and later from the device.
Therefore, during sensitive negotiations, it is important not to increase the volume of your voice.
Imagine that you are sitting in a crowded coffee shop and do not want to be heard by the people at the next table; that means your speech should not be too loud.
If possible, lean forward towards the person you are speaking to or sit closer to each other, then place the DD1030 generator on the table between you.
It is not advisable to use only one NG3000 Rabbler if the number of participants is more than 4.
In this situation, it may be necessary to use one or two additional devices.
Also, while in use do not hide your generator, e.g. in your pocket or a bag! Your conversation should be “drowned” in noise; therefore, the unit should be as close to the speakers as possible.