Drone Jammer UAV Scrambler 300

Feb 22, 2019

Category: Tech

Although it looks like a side-by-side double-barreled destroyer that would make a zombie apocalypse a complete blast, this device is actually a drone killer. Iding Design’s Drone Jammer UAV Scrambler 300 is a finely-crafted 2018 Red Dot Design winner.

The drone jammer gun is built with three frequencies to change the direction of a drone, which you can select by pushing one of the three frequency buttons. Inside the barrels are antennas to shoot signals that force a drone to return and land, protecting the airspace. Resembling an assault rifle with an M203 grenade launcher, the gun stock is designed to be the center of gravity, reducing fatigue during use while also improving accuracy. For further functionality, the drone killer is also designed to accept an optical scope attachment. Out of all the drone jammers we’ve seen pass through, this is definitely one of the most impressive.

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