Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Monday October 19, 2015

Anti-Drone Gun That Takes Control Of Drones

I can see law enforcement or the government using something like this. I just don't see how it "controls" the drone and makes it land like they show in the video. Blocking the signal? Sure. But I don't know how it controls the drone.

Battelle's DroneDefender is designed as a point-and-shoot system that looks like an elaborate shoulder raygun with two antennae, a software-defined radio, and jamming circuitry. It works by firing a radio beam in a 30آ° cone that jams the control and GPS navigation frequencies to disable drones at distances of up to 400 m (1,300 ft).