2018 New type Hand held Drone Jammer gun for super range and light weight used digital source
Counter UAV solutions for Military, Federal, and Local Law Enforcement. Allows security teams and law enforcement to identify and intercept a drone approaching a Forward Operating Base, hovering over a large crowd, snooping into secure/private areas, or flying in restricted airspace. The drone command link is intercepted while ordering the drone to descend or go home. Easy Operation - aim at the drone and toggle the switch.
Ability to command the drone to land or go home due to weakness exploitation of the drone communication protocols: COTS 915 MHz, 2.45 GHz and 5.8 GHZ HAM radio 433, 445 and 455 Integrated RF Identification and Location: Reliable aiming due to an integrated RF power meter and signal analyzer (even in low visibility) Identification of types of messages coming from the target drone (C2, video, telemetry, etc.) GPS Disruption (Optional) Jams GPS L1 and GLONASS L1 frequencies. Can trigger ISM & GPS/GLONASS bands, separately or simultaneously. Highly Directional: Limited area of effect that will not disrupt other RF systems. Portable and does not require an external power source/auxiliary equipment Upgradable
Applications: Base Security Event Security Fire Fighting Aviation Security Convoy Security Campus Security
Batteries Type BB-2847A/U (BT-70747) Li-Ion rechargeable battery.
Endurance 3+ hrs. continuous jamming, 10+ hrs. in RF detection mode
Continuous Operation 12 VDC input power
Effective range 1000 to 2000m depending upon range from drone to controller.
Typical range is 300% of distance from drone to controller
Duty Cycle Transmits continuously upon activation
ISM Jamming Frequencies 433 MHz, 445 MHz, 455 MHz, 915 MHz, 2.45 GHz and 5.8 GHz bands
GPS Jamming Frequencies GPS L1 and GLONASS L1 frequencies using shaped beam to minimize inadvertent GPS disruption.
Applicability Effective on all Group 1 and Group 2 UAS sold worldwide using 433 MHz, 445 MHz, 455 MHz, 915 MHz, 2.45 GHz and 5.8 GHz bands for communications