The UHF-3200 from VocoPro is a dual-channel UHF wireless system with two handheld microphones. It enables two presenters or performers to use handheld microphones without being tethered to the sound system by microphone cables. It utilizes the UHF frequency spectrum, which is a higher bandwidth than consumer systems, and therefore more reliable and less prone to interference.
The microphones that come with the UHF-3200 have tough grills that are built to withstand abuse. If you need to put the microphone down for a moment, they're designed to not roll away from you. When the included batteries get low, an LED light will illuminate to notify you that it's time to change them.
The UHF-3200 comes complete with an AC adapter for the receiver and an output cable. Because the system features a mixed output with both microphone signals on one channel, only having one cable isn't an issue. This also means that if you encounter a PA or entertainment system with only one microphone input, the UHF-3200 will enable you to use two microphones with that system.
Easy to do
If you have a camera hooked to your computer, it might be broadcasting, without your knowledge.
OR, If "certain person" lives close, (upstairs maybe), then a simple "wireless web camera" is the answer. A couple hundred bucks each on e-bay.
OR, there are numerous "wireless surveillance" camera systems. Check e-bay again.
OR, voice only "wireless microphone".
None of these wireless things can transmit very far, maybe 1000' with walls in the way. And there are NO BATTERY powered units that can broadcast for more than a day.
So, if you suspect you have been bugged, unplug your computer camera
Grand jury questioning cynthia mckinney
(CNSNews.com) - Rep. Cynthia McKinney still does not know whether she will face criminal charges for allegedly punching a U.S. Capitol Police officer who stopped her at a security checkpoint. But the Georgia Democrat is pulling no punches with the media, ordering an Atlanta television station not to broadcast derogatory comments she made about a member of her staff on Saturday.
McKinney was meeting with constituents and agreed to an exclusive interview with WGCL-TV, CBS 46, of Atlanta. During that interview, CBS 46 reporter Renee Starzyk asked McKinney what she is telling her constituents about the altercation