QCC Sentinel | Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Detection

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The QCC Sentinel is an advanced portable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth detection system for the detection and location of:

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    • Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz – 5 GHz devices and access points; and
    • Bluetooth 4.0 devices.

The QCC Sentinel is designed to identify access points and devices via MAC address, signal strength, activity level (uplink & downlink), probes and location. The unit has full direction-finding capabilities, enabling the operator to walk to and locate any Wi-Fi or Bluetooth device.

The internal broadband Bluetooth radio in the Sentinel covers all Bluetooth protocols. The Sentinel can detect and locate both connected and unconnected Bluetooth devices. Most available Bluetooth hardware and software detectors can only show the user decerebrate Bluetooth which is a much lower threat.

And, the QCC Sentinel can display the relationship between an access point and a device. As well, the Sentinel can create Bluetooth and Wi-Fi target lists.

The Sentinel is ideal for conducting a TSCM inspection, a cyber TSCM inspection or a cyber security audit.

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QCC Sentinel Features

  • Detect & locate Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz – 5 GHz devices and access points
  • Detect & locate Bluetooth 4.0 devices
  • Identify Wi-Fi Store & Forward devices
  • Full direction-finding capabilities
  • Force disconnect Wi-Fi enabled devices
  • Increase communication of Wi-Fi enabled devices to ease direction finding (DF) location
  • Display relationship between AP & device
  • Create Wi-Fi / Bluetooth target lists
  • Display both uplink & downlink data rate
  • Show both paired & unpaired Bluetooth devices
  • Wake up function for non-connected devices
  • Deauthorize devices for a specific period of time
  • Correlate missions for Intel operations
  • Offline desktop app for managing & reviewing results
  • Intuitive, user friendly interface
  • Small and light weight at only 5.5 lbs.


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Graphical User Interface

The QCC Sentinel features an intuitive, user friendly interface.

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Create a Misson:

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Direction Finding:

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Mechanical, Quality & Warranty Information

QCC Sentinel Carry Case

  • One (1) Sentinel encased in anodized metal with inset tablet
  • Three (3) omni directional antennas (Two Wi-Fi antennas & One Bluetooth Antenna)
  • Two (2) Alpha directional antennas
  • One (1) 24 volt power supply
  • Two (2) lithium ion 14.4 volt NH2054 batteries
  • One (1) battery charger and leads (Charge one battery at a time)
  • Pelican carrying case
  • Size: W: 11.8″ x D: 8.3″ x H:  2″
  • Weight: 5.5 Lbs

Manufactured in the UK by QCC Global Ltd.

Quality Certifications:

One (1) year manufacturer’s warranty.

QCC Sentinel Specifications

  • Integrated touch screen for operation
  • Start-up time in less than 30 seconds
  • Windows / Mac compatible desktop software
  • Ethernet & USB Inputs
  • 24 Volt AC/DC P/S Power supply
  • Removable 98Wh Battery with 7-8 hrs run time (Approximately 4 hours / battery)
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Wi-Fi 2.4 / 5 GHz

Why Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Detection & Locating Is So Critical

  • Surveillance attacks that use Cellular, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology now accounts for around 80% of the total worldwide technical surveillance threat.
  • Surveillance devices, from the lower end of the market to the high end equipment manufacturers or bespoke systems made by governments, utilize the anonymous high speed global cellular, Wi-Fi and Internet services that are available.
  • In the case of cellular, there are so many cellular devices on so many different bands and frequencies, all employing dynamic power and now TDD (Time Division Duplex) that a spectrum analyzer cannot be effectively used to identify and locate these attacks.
  • Wi-Fi devices (whether operating in the 2.4 GHz range or the 5 GHz range) are also using TDD wireless protocols.
  • In a metropolitan urban area, you can expect to detect in the region of 600 to 1000 Wi-Fi enabled devices in an average one-hour scan.There are only 13 channels available in the 2.4 GHz range and 25 channels available in the 5 GHz Wi-Fi range. So, in total there are 38 available channels that are being utilized by 600 to 1000 devices in any one location at any one time.
  • Bluetooth is a frequency hopping protocol using 80 different channels and hopping 1600 times per second, the Bluetooth frequency range is the same as the Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz frequency band.