Dean La-Vey honours Lee Tracey and Charles Bovill, pioneers of TSCM
In July 2019, a genuine pioneer of TSCM passed away at the age of 93. Harold Lee Tracey (known as Lee) was the inventor of the Scanlock; the first truly dedicated TSCM detector for covert radio microphones. Based on his own prototype designs from the Forties and in a world free of GSM, wi-fi, 4G, Bluetooth and Tetra, Scanlock was the king of RF bug detection. Initially a government-only device in 1962, Scanlock detected and locked onto the RF . . .