For the past decade, Raytheon UK has focused on small form factor handheld jammer for land platforms. And as the demand for GPS protection grows on smaller, lighter platforms, the technology could support unmanned aerial systems or systems carried by soldiers. Research is ongoing to find the right balance between flexible, lightweight materials and high frequency performance, said Roland Wright, manager of business development at Raytheon UK’s Global Sensors.
Drone Jammer to interrupt drone performance
Particularly spectacular were the New Year’s celebrations in Shanghai this year, including a performance carrying 2,000 drones.
The glowing drone forms a variety of images, including colorful shapes, ...