Telephone Eavesdropping and Detection
The text book "Telephone Eavesdropping and Detection" has been considered the authoritative source for telephone eavesdropping for the last 17 years. Originally used as the text book for training law enforcement and intelligence personnel at the Texas A&M Research and Extension Center's Telecommunications Training Division, the book was released publicly in 1990 by Taylor-Hill Publishing and re-released by Hill Print Solutions in 2005.
Backed by a technical advisory board that included communications security professionals from Bell Communications Resources, AT&T and Texas A&M and used as one of two major resources by the United States Congress Office of Technology Assessment's study into communications security, "Telephone Eavesdropping and Detection" is the most comprehensive publication on telephone eavesdropping ever published. Its 500 pages and 300 original technical illustrations include more in-depth information than all other existing publications.