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There is a big difference between the drive away and forced landing of a drone jammer

Admin Posted on 2022-10-20

The incidents of "black flying" drones disrupting airports are endless, and airports in Chengdu, Chongqing, Yunnan, and other places have not been spared, and the police even offered a reward of 10,000 yuan to reward clue providers. In April of this year, Jammer mart independently developed a new generation of drone jammer countermeasures for "black flying" drones, which can force the drone to hover, automatically land, or drive it away by suppressing the communication between the drone and the remote control. , so as to ensure the safety of low-altitude airspace.

Compared with the previous generation's products, the new drone signal jammer supports both 220V power supply and battery power supply modes, which are easy to use and have a longer working time. In addition, on the basis of GNSS and 2.4G, a new 5.8G frequency band is added, which can defend against drones in more frequency bands. It can also be equipped with a standard-size threaded hole, which supports the use of a tripod, which is convenient for long-term squatting on duty. Although it looks like a sniper rifle, it has a completely different working principle. It can cut off the communication between the drone and the controller and disrupt the GPS navigation system by transmitting a jamming signal, thereby forcing the drone to automatically land or move away.

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Driving away and forced landing is different. Both modes will interfere with the positioning system of the drone, but driving away will not affect the control of the drone operator, while forced landing will completely cut off the connection between the drone and the operator.

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