101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 20, 2010 - 259 pages
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"101 projects that appeal to the spy in you"

Utilizing inexpensive, easily obtainable components, you can build the same information gathering, covert sleuthing devices used by your favorite film secret agent. Projects range from simple to sophisticated and come complete with a list of required parts and tools, numerous illustrations, and step-by-step assembly instructions. Projects include: scanners and radios, night vision devices, telephone devices, computer monitoring, audio eavesdropping, hidden cameras, video transmitters, and more

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About the author (2010)

Brad Graham is an inventor, robotics hobbyist, founder and host of atomiczombie.com Web site, which receives nearly a million hits a month, and a computer professional. He is the coauthor of "Atomic Zombie's Bicycle Builder's Bonanza, " perhaps the most creative bicycle-building guide ever written, and "Build Your Own All-Terrain Robot, " both also from McGraw-Hill. Technical manager of Freedom 2000 Complete Technical Services, which specializes in computer network setup and maintenance, data storage and recovery, and security services, Mr. Graham is also a Certified Netware Engineer, a Microsoft Certified Professional, and a Certified Electronics and Cabling Technician.

Kathy McGowan provides logistical and marketing support for Brad's many robotics, bicycle, computer, and publishing projects. She also manages the daily operations of Freedom 2000 and several Web sites, including atomiczombie.com and xtremeclothes.com, as well as various Internet-based blogs and forums. Additionally, Ms. McGowan provides computer training, advises on Internet security risks, and writes articles for ezines.

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