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C.T.S Developed a Long Distance Drone Jammer

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DRONE-GUN, Dec 5, 2015.

  1. DRONE-GUN

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    China, October 29, 2015 – The unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones could bring several types of threats and could be interfering with one’s privacy. This is the reason why many people often search for effective drone jamming solutions to lead a peaceful and safe life. China based C.T.S Technology Company has innovative jammers for UAVs and wireless communications that can safeguard people from these aerial devices. They recently have developed a long distance drone jammer that one can use to hit a device from a significant distance of up to 1000 meters.

    According to the spokesperson of C.T.S Technology Co., Limited, the long distance jammer uses the radio control frequency disruption technologies to stop drones in the air to help establish the safety and security of the military installations or civilian colonies. The gun operates on standard GPS and ISM radio bands Wi-Fi 2.4Ghz 5.8Ghz that allow it to interfere with the commercial UAV signals. The gun can operate with a significant frequency range, allowing to detect and bringing down a UAV from a far distance.

    The spokesperson reveals that the drones jammer is an effective way to jam the control and navigation signals of UAVs. The jammers designed by the CTS engineers thus bring an effective protection against all types of remote controlled wireless devices, including drones. According to him, the jammer has been developed with a simple and flexible utilization concept and one can easily use it to jam an aerial device from a significant distance.
     
  2. Fleamac

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    Wow.
    How long till the general public can afford them?

    So if it jams the signal, would our Q500's just return 'home'?
    Or what?
     
  3. John N Kronyak III

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    Good
    Good question.
     
  4. DRONE-GUN

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    Not return home ,that jammer both block 2.4g/5.8g/gps signal
     
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  6. AErcen

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    sang to the tune of GhostBusters.

    Dronebusters...
    If there's somethin' strange in your neighborhood
    Who ya gonna call (dronebusters)
    If it's somethin' weird an it don't look good
    Who ya gonna call (dronetbusters)


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