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The latest anti-drone system

Perfectjammer 2018-02-06

Disable a droneCivilian drone activity has increased exponentially as drones become more easily accessible and affordable. With more drones in the sky every day, there have been some creative and sometimes dangerous attempts to disable drones. The reasons for disabling a drone can vary from boredom and curiosity to privacy and safety concerns. To be clear, the Center for Technology Innovation does not condone or promote the act of harming drones. Of course, some coercive measures are necessary.

Perfectjammer’s drone jammer is a device that emits an electromagnetic field meant to disrupt the most popular GPS and ISM radio frequencies, which keep drones in the air. It can then take control and guide the drone safely down to the ground. It is not yet available for consumer use and is awaiting authorization from the Federal Communications Commission.

Own a drone and want to have some fun with it? Then check out this tutorial from Make magazine that shows you how to build a device that’ll disable a drone in an instant. The technology uses a Wi-Fi jammer that will interrupt the connection between the drone and the controller. It can be quite effective at bringing down drones that use Wi-Fi as their method of communication. You don't have to worry about being tracked or harassed by drones, and don't have to worry about safety.

New ways to intercept drones


If you need a method that’s even more subtle than physical interception, then frequency jamming may be what you need, and the Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) is one such solution. It scans the skies for drones and jams their control signals using its own high-powered radio signal. The jammer range is about 500 to 1500 meters, and the specific jammer range is affected by the specific environment. Basically, this height is the flying limit for drones. So once you open this jamming device, all the drones around here will be forced to drop.

While I won’t touch on signal jamming or directed energy, it’s worth noting that high power jammer creates serious safety risks and is illegal. Additionally, the computer-based techniques that we’ll cover should only be done on networks and devices that you own, or have permission to experiment on.

Drones can be fun to fly, but they're also a headache for security. Drones are flying spies, poking their nose in sensitive areas, and there are rising concerns they could be used as flying improvised explosive devices (IEDs.). Small, nimble, and fast, drones are hard to shoot down. Even then, shooting at a drone with a weapon presents a problem—missed shots can endanger the public.

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