Jammers protect their interests from damage

One of China’s largest animal feed producers uses radio jammers to stop drones, which use fraudsters to spread African swine fever to his farm. However, when the device prevented the navigation system from flying over our aircraft, the plan went wrong. Criminals should pretend to have swine fever on the farm and throw them pork products contaminated by drones to benefit from the health crisis. The goal is to force farmers to sell animals cheaply and then sell them as healthy populations at much higher prices.

African swine fever is harmless to humans but fatal to pigs. In China, the world’s largest pork producer and consumer, the pig population decreased by 40% last year due to the crisis. This in turn pushed up pork prices, which is one of the factors behind the country’s recent rapid inflation growth. The state-run news website reported last week that the pig farming unit of Beijing Dabeinong Technology Group violated civil aviation regulations when installing gps jammer used to protect its own farm to interfere with GPS signals in the area.

It was only discovered after the flight complained that they lost their signal while flying in the area. The company confirmed the incident on Friday. The company said: “In order to prevent outsiders using drones from cutting pork with African swine fever virus, [one of our departments] violated the rules by using signal jammers.”

“Although we did not intentionally, we violated the relevant radio regulations.” He added that the device has been handed over to the authorities and is ready to accept fines. The authorities called for action against illegal suppliers of such equipment, noting that they can only be used by public safety agencies, national security agencies, and radio surveillance agencies.