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Is drone detection difficult? There are many ways to counter drones!
According to the CRS report, in the 2021 fiscal year, the US Department of Defense plans to spend at least US$404 million on the research and development of anti-UAS and at least US$83 million on the purchase of C-UAS. As the Department of Defense continues to develop, procure, and deploy these systems, Congress’s oversight of their use may increase, and Congress may have to make decisions about future authorizations, funding, and other legislative actions.
Currently, our system mainly has the following functions
The first is to use photoelectric and infrared to detect targets through visual and thermal signals.
The second method is to use a radar system. The three-coordinate phased array radar developed by us can well detect small targets flying at low altitudes.
The third method is to identify the wireless signal used to control the drone, usually using a radio frequency sensor. These methods can and often are combined to provide more effective, layered detection capabilities.
Once detected, our anti-drone system will initiate interference to prevent drones from flying.
Electronic warfare jamming can act on the communication link between the drone and the operator. The weight of the jamming device is 5 to 10 pounds, so it can be carried by individual soldiers; or it can weigh several hundred pounds and be fixed in a fixed place or mounted on a vehicle.