Wireless security cameras have become popular among home consumers and business owners. These almost always use the ISM bands 2.4/5 GHz to transfer live video to a hub that can be recorded or streamed across the LAN or the Internet. Regardless of the streaming method, these wireless cameras must still transfer the video data wirelessly. Because of the size of HD video being transferred, it's common for the video to be transferred in an unencrypted format. Perhaps an app that works on the WBT could be used to allow a customer to covertly intercept/record live HD video from a target location. Using an active directional antenna could increase the distance where interception would be possible. This may be targeted to certain agencies/organizations who may want surveillance capability, but may not be able to physically enter a target facility.