The arrival of drones and their impact on the lives of the average person has certainly taught us a lesson about technological naivety. Proposals and the rapid approval of new legislation intended to control drones illustrates this perfectly. Drone jamming, a concept previously considered to be a bit like sci-fi has become an everyday reality. In the same way that national security regulations keep our airports and military installations safe, so does the new legislation governing drones.
While we don’t know more about this particularly anti-drone antenna/rifle yet, we’ve seen other similar designs. The Battelle Memorial Institute built an anti-drone antenna that mounts to a rifle, and called it the “DroneDefender.” A more recent version of that weapon was spotted deployed in Iraq earlier this year. In November, drone jamming company Drone Shield unveiled the DroneGun, a similar antenna-rifle with a backpack power supply. The whole effect looked a little bit Ghostbusters in appearance.
The invasion of privacy using a drone will be a clear cut criminal offence. Moving to criminalise the use of drones for any sort of anti-social behaviour empowers the public and private businesses to protect themselves against this behaviour. The single greatest drone defence is drone signal jammer. Drone jamming is already in use in sensitive areas surrounding government property and in some cases industrial property too. Legislation will soon be in place and a drone capture using drone jamming will tip the balance in favour of those on the right side of the law. Once a drone has been captured it can be electronically identified and the operator traced to source.
Russian media has claimed its military is now capable of neutralising US warships with electronic 4G jammer. Russian media has claimed its military is now capable of neutralising US warships with electronic jamming devices. A news report used this simulation as it claimed the technology was apparently used on a US warship.
In order to protect your daily life from being disturbed, we recommend that you use the drone jammer. This device can not only blocker with the general 2.4Ghz radio frequency, but also can jam the latest 5.8 Ghz radio frequency. This type of jammer’s block range up to 1500 meters, and even high-altitude UAV can be shot down.
The specific model in operation at Davos, the Perfectjammer HP 47 Counter UAV Jammer, specializes in blocking signals from drones more than 1,000 feet away. The HP 47 was used last year by German police in Berlin during President Barack Obama’s visit, as well as during a security conference in Hamburg in December, Wicker said.