NEROD F5 is a microwave jammer capable of disrupting and neutralizing all communication protocols used by drones. The product is based on a portable rifle offering great flexibility for operators in terms of detection, tracking and neutralization.
This system makes it possible to use jamming in a timely manner, at a specific location. What make this possible are the directional antennas inside the rifle. The user has to aim for the drone to neutralize it.
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MC2 Technologies develops, manufactures, characterizes and models microwave components and devices for civil and military applications. These activities are therefore divided into three sectors: security products, microwave products and services dedicated to microwave.
Within the framework of the fight against terrorism, MC2 Technologies has chosen to make the most of its know-how. Indeed, among its main products, first and foremost is the MM-Imager; a camera that detects hidden objects worn under clothing, in real time. MC2 Technologies now offers a transportable security airlock (SACOP), consisting of two MM-Imagers.
The threat of UAVs is increasingly important, they are used for tracking, spying, dropping explosives or in kamikaze mode. UAVs can be used as bombs during attacks in Iraq or Afghanistan. MC2 Technologies has therefore developed several jammers for portable and fixed drones which have the characteristic of blocking communication protocols between a drone and its interlocutor. This will cause the drone to make an emergency landing or return to its base. MC2 offers two portable jammers named NEROD F5 that can block up to 98% of commercial UAVs and Scrambler 300 and two fixed jammers, UAV Scrambler 1000 that can block up to 95% of commercial UAVs and the MAJES.