In recent years, the drone market has been expanding, and it is widely used in disaster relief, aerial photography, power inspection, express logistics, remote sensing mapping, agricultural plant protection, news reporting, express logistics, and other fields. However, the risks faced by the use of drones should not be underestimated. Whether it is the drone itself, or the safety accident caused by the improper control of the ground personnel, it may cause personal safety and property damage. The UAV jammer countermeasure technology, as the most conventional means to avoid UAV risks, also plays a great role.
Because drones are easy to cause damage during flight, in order to avoid accidents, some areas have to set up "no-fly zones". It is impossible to pass further through the "no-fly zone", thus protecting the safety of the area. No matter what brand of UAV, the navigation and the operator are inseparable from the support of wireless signals, and the UAV jammer countermeasure technology uses the signal to interfere and block the intruding UAV. counter.
As a high-tech enterprise researching drone jammer countermeasure technology, topsignaljammer Technology Co., Ltd. mainly aims at the "black flying" phenomenon of UAVs, and establishes a feasible UAV jammer countermeasure method, so as to truly reduce the number of accidents caused by UAVs. harm caused.
As far as the current technical level is concerned, there are already a variety of methods that can be used for UAV detection, such as radar detection, wireless spectrum analysis detection, optical capture and so on. These are then controlled in conjunction with the UAV strike equipment, so that the aforementioned destruction of the UAV can be achieved.
It’s just that the above-mentioned solution has a high hardware investment cost when it is implemented, and in the actual combat application on the spot, the technical level of the operator is required to be high. As a manufacturer of UAV jamming equipment, our suggestion is: Unless there are important places with special needs, there is generally no need to raise the technical standard of UAV defense so high, it seems a bit overkill to do so.
We have made such a metaphor: drones are like mosquitoes, and drone signal jamming equipment is like mosquito coils. From the perspective of self-protection, it is enough to light a mosquito coil to prevent mosquitoes from approaching and not getting hurt. Mosquito coils can also kill or drive away mosquitoes. But if you have to be serious, you have to get a gun, a cannon, or something to kill the mosquitoes one by one. The ultimate goal is correct, but the cost is too high, and the gain outweighs the gain.