Jammer has developed a high-altitude drone signal jammer that can prevent unmanned air attacks and detections. Its competitive advantage is its competitive price compared to existing solutions developed for military applications, while Jammer-Shop is better developed for civil applications. The company’s development team includes Electronic Warfare (EW) engineers who previously worked for the defense industry and who developed the Jammer shop based on modern military technologies. However, innovative miniaturization technologies and product adaptations for civilian applications enabled a significant reduction in the price.
Despite the resemblance to weapons, jammers don’t literally shoot the drones. The drone wouldn’t just fall to the floor. Instead, it should be held in place within an invisible fence created by the jammer.
The Swiss police were tested this week in Davos as part of the security preparations for the World Economic Forum in Davos to test anti-drone jammers that look like massive machine guns. The annual meeting of members of the world’s economic and political elite has brought more than 3,000 visitors to the ski area.
In Davos, the police tested to make sure the equipment was ready and able to turn off any drones that may be undercover missions, said Steffen Wicker, general manager of H.P. Marketing & Consulting Wüst, who makes the pictured rifles.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) operates autonomous drones that patrol the US-Mexico border and are plagued by border smugglers, especially the drug cartels, “said Gai Mar-Chaim, senior partner of management consultancy POC DHS Lightweight anti-jamming solutions are key to this challenge, and Perfectjammer is the only commercially available solution that weighs less than 150 grams and consumes less than 0.75 watts. Prepares to interfere with a drone’s frequency in one Base to launch with the Iraqi army on the outskirts of Mosul, Iraq. A vehicle-mounted “jammer” provided by the United States to Iraqi security forces has greatly reduced ISIS’s threat in the battle for West Mosul, so Iraqi generals.
A vehicle-mounted “jammer” provided by the United States to Iraqi security forces has greatly reduced ISIS’s threat in the battle for West Mosul, Iraqi generals said.
1.Air Force Colonel John Dorrian, a spokesman for the Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve, would only describe the devices given to the Iraqis as “woes”. Dorrian has previously said that U.S. forces that advise and train Iraqis have their own drone jammers.
An apparently different type of anti-drone weapon discovered in Iraq is the Battelle-made jammer, which is similar to an assault rifle but has a noise emission jammer on the frame. It has a range of approximately 400 yards and works by breaking connections to the drone control or GPS device.