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Australians presented a portable anti-rifle

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The Australian company DroneSheild, specializing in the development of protection against unmanned aerial vehicles, has introduced a portable version of its anti-rifle - DroneGun Tactical. A device weighing about seven kilograms can neutralize drones at a distance of up to one kilometer, according to TechCrunch.


Australians presented a portable anti-rifle

DroneGun Tactical


In the fall of 2016, the company introduced DroneGun, a device weighing about seven kilograms, which can disable drones at a distance of up to two kilometers. In addition to the obvious advantages (ease and range of work), this device has one important disadvantage: DroneGun requires its user to carry a power supply with them. Now the Australians have decided to abandon such an “extra” addition, presenting a prototype of a fully portable anti-rifle gun.


DroneGun


DroneGun Tactical is not heavier than its predecessor, does not require carrying an additional unit and is able to neutralize unmanned vehicles at a distance of up to one kilometer. The device is capable of interfering with GPS and GLONASS signals and interrupts communications at 433 MHz, 915 MHz and 2,4 and 5,8 GHz, reports "N + 1"
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  1. RASKAT
    RASKAT 1 February 2018 10: 25
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    Utopia, you first notice this drone, it is almost invisible at 200 meters, I am already silent about cloudy, twilight weather and about the night.
    An effective fight requires a complex, with a radar without fail and with a suppression device.
    1. Giant thought
      Giant thought 1 February 2018 10: 36
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      We still have to somehow catch a kilometer reach, the UAV will not stand still, there will be running around and playing catch-up with this rifle behind drones, there will be no future for this rifle with such performance characteristics.
      1. Lopatov
        Lopatov 1 February 2018 11: 09
        +1
        Quote: Thought Giant
        We still have to somehow catch a kilometer reach, because the drone will not stand still

        He will fly 8)))
        1. Giant thought
          Giant thought 1 February 2018 11: 16
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          He himself will fly to the shooter if the shooter knows in advance the drone’s route, but for some reason the owners of the drone do not shout about it at every intersection.
      2. Piramidon
        Piramidon 1 February 2018 13: 02
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        Quote: Giant thought
        We still have to somehow catch a kilometer reach, the UAV will not stand still, there will be running around and playing catch-up with this rifle behind drones, there will be no future for this rifle with such performance characteristics.

        No, well, if every Aussie is handed out with such a gun, there will be no need to run. laughing
    2. Lopatov
      Lopatov 1 February 2018 11: 08
      +1
      Quote: RASKAT
      An effective fight requires a complex, with a radar without fail and with a suppression device.

      This is the rouge, the last line of defense. Like MANPADS.
      By the way, like MANPADS, guns can be equipped with external target designation. For example, from the "artillery" radar.
  2. Alex-a832
    Alex-a832 1 February 2018 11: 02
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    The practical application is in doubt. If this device is used in reality, then it’s missing a lot of things, including radars with surveillance not for 1 km, but for several tens of km. And then while you catch it and try to use this miracle device, it will throw some nasty things on your head. If you create a mobile anti-drone complex, then he himself must identify, determine his friend or foe, in the automatic mode to induce, "jam" or through a request to the operator.
    1. sogdy
      sogdy 1 February 2018 11: 33
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      Well, patchim, same patchim. An ideal device for housewives, who in every corner have drones or hooligans. And the ranges are hinting - radio extenders for 5 and 10 km are prohibited in the Russian Federation.
    2. Grigory_45
      Grigory_45 1 February 2018 20: 28
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      Quote: Alex-a832
      The practical application is in doubt. If this device is used in reality, then it’s missing a lot of things, including radar

      Naturally, only by visually observable and simple drones. A mini-quadcopter with a camera will fly in, and will circle, transmitting the picture through the camera to the adversary. And the radar will not see him, due to the size and low altitude. Actually, for such cases. This "electronic gun" is capable of disrupting the control channel and crushing GPS, the result will be either the crash of the drone or its flight away - depending on the type of apparatus and price category. Well, the use is not only military, but also for various security structures. Flying drone over a nuclear power plant, for example - is not a gut
      1. brn521
        brn521 2 February 2018 10: 45
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        Quote: Gregory_45
        Well, the use is not only military, but also for various security structures.

        There were articles about the introduction of mandatory registration of drones in the Russian Federation weighing 250 g and above. Moreover, the registration mechanism itself did not work out, but the police allegedly shipped portable bullshit in the summer to intercept the wrong drones.