Jammers have been put into use in large-scale events

According to the “Sunday Times” report, after the successful Sunday parade, it is said that the mature drone jamming technology has been used in large public events and sports events in the UK, and many people hold an opposing attitude.

The interference is not always effective for the radio signal of the drone. Drones are different from “remote control” aircraft because they can fly predetermined coordinates autonomously. The fastest drone can reach 150 miles (240 kilometers) per hour, which is too fast for a human pilot to take another drone.

Signal jammer control and navigation signals should be an effective way to deactivate drone jammer work within a fixed distance radius, do not have to be targets, and have other advantages of losslessness-this allows drones to be captured and reused To confuse the drone.

One will prevent the detection and interference of the UAV radio command frequency. A more evil option is to use the radio signal between the drone and its ground station to identify the location of the ground station, and then blow it up with air or gunfire.

Bryant showed the pilot a place that looked like trouble. However, when they tried to warn the team, they realized they couldn’t do it. The cell phone jammer that interfered with the store had activated its radio jammer to interrupt the cell phone signal used to detonate the IED, and the entire fleet was suddenly lost contact.

A few weeks ago, after a series of suspected chemical weapon attacks on civilians east of the rebel-controlled Guta, the Russians began collecting GPS signals from some small American drones. Officials said the Russian military was worried that the US military would be responsible for the attack and began to interfere with the GPS systems of drones operating in the area.

The Ministry of Defense did not disclose whether the destructive UAV would crash because of operational safety. Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahun said: “The US military has taken sufficient countermeasures and safeguards to ensure the safety of our manned and unmanned aircraft, our armed forces and the tasks they support.”