Russia has developed a shield system that can stop small drones from trespassing

In order to prevent the foreign small uav from entering the protected airspace without authorization and at the same time do not hinder the normal work of our small uav, the Russian military unit developed a drone jammer system that can identify “friend or foe” and block the radio channel of “stranger”.

The blocking system, known as attack-dbs, was made by the Russian electronics unit of the Russian technology group, according to a press release on its website. The system can detect the foreign small uav in time according to the radio frequency characteristics of the protected airspace under unmanned control, automatically shield its communication and navigation signal channels, so that the small uav loses contact with its operator. In this state, the small foreign unmanned vehicle will crash-land or turn back according to its preset program.

At present, some small drones have a range of 2, 000 MHZ to 6, 000 MHZ, which can be used to deliver small items, but some criminals use them for illegal purposes such as taking photos.

According to researchers, a single set of “attack – DBS” system can be used in accordance with the above small unmanned aerial vehicle (uav) radio spectrum characteristics of the probe radius of 1500 meters the airspace around the presence of a small unmanned aerial vehicle (uav) enter, stop it after detection of the target into the airspace of the radius of 1000 meters around, and pull things via SMS or email to the relevant person in charge of the protection agency. Multiple systems can also be networked to expand the scope of protected airspace.

According to yevtushenkov, executive director of the Russian technology group, the “attactive DBS” system can identify the small unmanned aerial vehicles (uavs) released by the protection agency, and it can stop the foreign uavs without affecting the normal operation of the small uavs and communication and navigation equipment.

This system has a wide range of applications. Russian energy companies use drones to monitor their mining and pipeline facilities, yevtushenkov said.