U.S. intelligence officials are trying to track down what is in the world’s largest HFC communications equipment stocks.
And while they’re not saying which stocks are the most sensitive, they say it is worth noting.
The U.K. Guardian newspaper, the world newspaper of the British government, recently published the first of a series of articles detailing the HFO, a type of microwave radio equipment commonly called “HFO-E.”
The article detailed how U.KS. intelligence is trying to locate the materials in these stocks, and whether they might be useful in any future investigations.
The Guardian article includes information on the “possible” HFO-A, a more advanced HFO that has been used for “broadband, cellular, wireless, and other applications,” as well as information on “what is known about the components of the devices,” the Guardian reports.
The report says: There is strong evidence that the HFG [HFC-E] radio equipment is a very sophisticated military-grade device that is being manufactured by the United Kingdom’s GCHQ [Government Communications Headquarters], the agency responsible for the UK’s National Security Agency (NSA) and GCHQ’s global eavesdropping and intelligence-gathering activities.
The British government is also working to recover the HFD-L [HFO Duplex] and HFD [HFFC Duplex) radio equipment from their US manufacturers, and are also looking into the HFA-H [HFL] radio components, which are often classified as “signals intelligence” and are usually used for other purposes than espionage.
What are the HFRDs?
HFRD stands for High Frequency Radio Device.
They are similar to the HFLDs, which were the first generation of microwave-based radio equipment.
They were first introduced in the 1970s, and were designed to intercept radio signals from the United States.
In the 1990s, however, there was a development of an entirely different kind of HFR that was designed to do exactly the same thing, but with less power and lower noise.
The new HFRs, called HFCD, have much higher power and a much lower noise than HFLD, so they are better for some uses, but have some disadvantages.
The HFR can also be used for communications or other surveillance, but the HFFD is much more limited in capabilities.
For example, the HFB-B can be used to create a very large signal with a very small antenna, and the HFS can be built to send a very narrow, low-bandwidth, very short-range signal that can only be heard by people in the area, which means that there is no possibility of listening to the target or listening to communications at all.
The current HFR devices are still in use today, and their current manufacturers, GCHQ, have not yet responded to Ars’ request for comment.
We have reached out to the GCHQ for comment and will update this article when we receive a response.
Ars is also seeking comment from the U.k. government, but has not received a response at this time.
The news that GCHQ is investigating the HFFC-D radio equipment comes just two weeks after it published a similar article detailing the existence of the HFPD radio components.
The GCHQ report says that the United Nations has given the UK permission to use the HFTD radio to eavesdrop on “foreign intelligence” targets, and that the U,K.
is working to determine whether the HfD components can be recovered and “reclassified as signals intelligence.”
The Guardian also published an article in March 2016 detailing the potential HFOs that the NSA is investigating.
The NSA, which is responsible for all of the U-S.
electronic surveillance programs, is currently investigating a number of possible HFRd-based HFO products.
In April, the agency reportedly sent a team to a small town in Virginia, which was not a part of any of the NSA’s surveillance programs.
The team also went to an apartment complex in Washington, D.C., where the HOF was located.
In August, the Washington Post reported that the FBI had obtained a search warrant to search a storage facility in Florida where a large number of HFD components were stored.