Many companies are watching trends and are about to enter the counter drone industry. They introduced all kinds of drone guns, anti-UAS shotgun shells, attack birds, net cannons, lasers, missiles, radio drone jammer, radio spoofers and more.
Examples of multi-layer systems are the Anti-UAV Defense System (AUDS) from Blighter Surveillance Systems, Chess Dynamics, and Enterprise Control Systems, which use radar. Electro-optics, cameras, target tracking software, and RF jamming technology.
Yeah, they don't understand how wide the spectrum must be disturbed if they really want to stop it. The 2.4 / 5ghz band is not the only band used. It goes without saying that even the 900Mhz, 150Mhz bands use the 700mhz, 800mhz, and 1.9Ghz bands that are part of the spectrum used in mobile phones and flight navigation systems / beacons. Back in the army .. And I don't want them to interfere with the 5.5Ghz band, most of their maritime radars are using the 5.5Ghz band.
So wait, how does this actually work? Whenever there is a complete signal loss, such as using smartphone blocking on the spark to address potential neighbors, the spark will hover in place or return home. If they are also gps blockers, do they operate themselves? Even if that direction can be exploited by trolling them from multiple directions with multiple drones, it causes larger GPS signal losses and they are fighting terrorists / criminals on these devices. Given that they don't seem to have the morals to support, anyway, you could buy with a stolen card and ID.
Perfectjammer's Alex Tony shares the company's GAJT ("gadget"), a single-unit GPS anti-jam antenna for use in UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles). GAJT disables jammers and ensures that the satellite signals needed to calculate position and time are always available.
Interference can be illegal or legal, but we know it will happen in the future. People may take things in their own hands and start building illegal drone jammers as a means of "self-help."