Authorities said that in an incident that occurred around 7:15 pm on Sunday, prisoners living in various dormitories of the Li Correctional Institution were involved in the riots. The riot killed 7 prisoners and wounded 17 people in the highest security prison. At a press conference on Monday, Sterling stated that the dispute appeared to stem from conflicts involving gangs, territories, smuggling and mobile phones. Sterling said investigators believe that prisoners use mobile phones to communicate interference between bedrooms. The defender of Wi-Fi jammers Sterling was once installed in a South Carolina prison. He previously stated that the use of mobile phones by prisoners is no different from weapons. McMaster also supports blocking cell phones in prisons. Sterling said the use of mobile phones allows prisoners to continue criminal activities across the country. He mentioned that Charles Manson was arrested for possessing a cell phone in prison. Sterling said: “This is not a South Carolina problem, but a national problem.” “Until the industry starts to take this seriously, this will continue to happen.”
The Army needs a team of suppressors. During a football match in Wuhan, China on March 11, the police faced a new type of threat: drones invaded near the stadium. His response was to use a new type of weapon: the Drone jammer, which interfered with the control signal and forced the invading drone to land automatically. Given that China is a world leader in the export of unmanned aerial vehicles and unmanned aircraft (UAS), it makes sense. China is also developing a series of reactionary capabilities to prevent unauthorized or hostile flying robots from passing through sensitive locations or Fragile. Take Wuhan as an example. Interfering “pistols” (not only because they “fire” but also because they look like assault rifles) are known to cost about $19,000 and can block control signals up to one kilometer. (Although the figure assumes that the user has a special purpose). The Wuhan police were impressed by its capabilities and plan to buy more.
The U.S. Army declined to confirm whether any drones crashed due to safety interference from Russian operators. Although U.S. drones are equipped with anti-jammer technology, NBC quoted a U.S. official as saying that Russia’s interruption technology is “very complicated, and even for certain encrypted signals and anti-jammers has proven effective.” Officials said that after a series of alleged chemical weapons attacks on civilians in the East Ghouta area controlled by the rebels, officials said the Russians began interfering with some of the smaller U.S. drones a few weeks ago. Humphreys said that after the Crimea invasion four years ago, American analysts first captured Russian military drones in eastern Ukraine. He said that the barrier was initially detected as a weak signal from space, bouncing off the surface of the earth. The blockaders “had a considerable impact” on the United Nations reconnaissance drones trying to monitor the area, grounded the fleet for several days and stopped collecting intelligence from the air.