New Scientist, 25 March 2018By Caroline BannisterThe Spy Communications Test equip is a piece of spy equipment that is meant to be placed over the antenna on a spy communications network and make the signal “spy” by detecting the presence of a radio antenna.
The Spy communications test is used to test the sensitivity of the signals being transmitted over the wireless link.
The Spys can also use the equipment to detect the presence and quality of a “spike” signal from a spy station, which can give them a way of pinpointing the location of the spy station.
This new test equip has been designed to test communications equipment in a test environment.
The equipment has two sets of antenna wires.
One set is to be used for the wireless signal to be tested.
At the test site, the other set of antennas is used as a reference to measure the quality of the signal.
The test equip is meant for “real-world” tests where there is a significant number of users on the wireless network.
The test equip will also be used to measure and analyze the quality and signal strength of the communication signal.
The tests will involve two groups of people working on the same wireless connection.
The first group will have their antenna tested to see if the signals coming out of the equipment are detectable by the equipment.
The second group will be using the test equip to see what quality of signals can be detected.
The devices have been designed and built by a team of scientists from the University of Melbourne.
They are now in the final stages of development.
They will be used by the National Research Council and the Department of Communications and Information Technology.