There is need for bedload transport measuring data in many interests of the water economy. These data, nevertheless, are most important for the process understanding, respectively for the developing of models for the calculation of bedload transport. For torrents and mountain streams the knowledge about transport rates is rather limited, and existing calculation often overestimate the actual transport rate. The main attention of this work lies on the one hand in the realization of the bedload transport measuring station at the Suggadinbach in Vorarlberg, which is equipped with Geophones and Hydrophones. To the examination of the functional ability field measuring attempts are carried out by means of different grain classes. On the other hand an analysis of the data is carried out in the post process. The signals are submitted to a frequency analysis, are filtered and the square energy sum is calculated anew. The results show that the arrangement is full-functional since it is introduced. The repeatability of the attempts within the same grain class is given unambiguously. The dependence of the intensity, respectively the results of the attempts lie in the area of a not accompanying grain class, is given. In hand of the measurements of the Hydrophon-system can be distinguished between deposit transport of punch with Ø4-8mm and the drain without deposit. Within the Geophon-system it is possible to detect deposit transport of punch with Ø8-16mm. The coupling effect of the test cell to their neighbouring cell is given with the geophone in the lower frequency response. By means of a high-pass filter, this effect can be eliminated without loss of information content of the signals. The characteristic of the frequency analyses of the different grain classes are ident, which makes a possible declaration about the grain size distribution not possible. Further it is not possible to calibrate the arrangement for unknown sediment mixtures with help of attempts of single grain classes. For a calibration of the measuring arrangement tests with sediment mixtures, as expected in the catchment area of the Suggadinbach, are required.