By interfering with the radio frequency and signal of positioning satellites, the device will interfere with the control functions of commercial drones. Britain is ready for a robot-to-robot battle. The new anti-UAV weapon system developed by Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Power and Enterprise Control Systems Co., Ltd. is called “Anti-UAV Defense System”, which is a combination of radar, camera and jamming system, all integrated into the equipment . .
Here is how it works. First, the radar identifies and tracks the flying drone. Then, once the drone enters the camera range, the electro-optical camera will follow the drone, always keeping it focused. Finally, the jamming device attacked it: three antennas sent RF signals to the target drone in an attempt to isolate it from the original controller. Within a few seconds, the stuck drone stopped in the air and then fell to the ground.
Regarding the challenges faced by GPS Jammers, Eng Hosni said: “I have to obtain all the parts from East Asian countries. It is difficult to collect enough information. Information on how to use this type of equipment. I traveled to France, Spain, Italy, South Korea and Malaysia, etc. The country understands how the system works.”