The Drone Jammer is used to counter the growing problem of drones infiltrating Prisons, Military bases, private Government lands, and areas closed to the public. Countermeasure involving the Drone Jammer are used to fight the threat of UAV and UAS technologies by attacking the frequencies used to control and operate them.

The drone issue involves a low cost, easy to operate remotely piloted aircraft going anywhere without restrictions. These drones can be flown over controlled areas.

Once there, they can view and surveil security operations in a Prison, Military base, or Government center that is off limits to outsiders.

In a Prison compound, these drones can drop contraband such as drugs, guns, cell phones, and other illegal items.

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Unlike directional handheld jammers, the Drone Jammer comes in a free standing platform, a pole mounted configuration, or wall mounted version.

It can blanket a large area without the operator having to aim at the drone (if the operator should be lucky enough to see it in the sky ! ) 

The Drone Jammer can also work in conjunction with the Drone Detector to perform autonomous reactive jamming when a threat has been detected.

The system is able to jam remote navigation control, remote video so the pilot cannot see what is happening from the drone's surveillance camera, and remote control signals to equipment on the drone. This works to defeat the release of contraband such as Prison cell phones, drugs for convicts, guns, etc.

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Please Note:  All Jamming devices in part or whole may be regulated by the US Department of State in accordance with the guidelines of ITAR (International Traffic in Arms) title 22, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Parts 120-130. An export license may be required before proceeding. RF Jamming in some countries is regulated. In the United States, RF Jamming is prohibited by the FCC. Using an RF Jammer without FCC permission is a violation. Some Federal Agencies and US Armed Forces may be exempt.