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To achieve comprehensive defense of unmanned aerial vehicles, it is necessary to specify a comprehensive defense plan for unmanned aerial vehicle countermeasures. It is necessary to communicate and fully understand the needs in the early stage, conduct on-site investigations, recognize the characteristics of the site and surrounding environment, and develop a deployment plan that combines handheld unmanned aerial vehicle countermeasures with fixed unmanned aerial vehicle countermeasures and social security, and vehicle mounted anti unmanned early warning and defense systems to effectively achieve low altitude defense goals.
There are three existing anti drone products on the market: handheld, fixed, and car mounted. The handheld is more convenient to carry and use when on duty in a small area, and the fixed performance is more stable. The prevention area is large, and the car mounted is suitable for the prevention of large movable areas.
The anti drone early warning and defense system is just a tool, and it is also important to develop effective deployment plans to achieve the expected prevention goals. Different scenarios or units have different needs, and the goals of single task and normalized prevention are also different. For example, in petrochemical industry, the most important thing to prevent is the occurrence of fires and explosions caused by drone explosions. It is necessary to consider implementing remote monitoring and countermeasures in various production areas; For example, when public security officers carry out a certain city security activity to prevent interference and damage caused by drone invasion, they need to consider the interference of surrounding buildings on radio detection. At airports, in order to prevent drones from flying into the airspace and interfering with navigation, they need to consider the full coverage of normalized super large range clearance.
When deploying defense plans for drone countermeasures, it is important to pay attention to the combination of multiple devices. Below are some recommended drone countermeasures:
Radio spectrum monitoring and interference: use the Radio spectrum monitoring system to monitor the surrounding electromagnetic spectrum in real time to find and locate the signal transmission source of UAV. By interfering with the radio communication signals of drones, they can lose control or be unable to receive commands, thereby preventing their malicious activities.
Radar monitoring and recognition: Using a radar system, the flight trajectory and position of drones can be monitored in real-time, and compared with known drone databases for recognition. Once illegal or potentially threatening drones are discovered, immediate measures can be taken to defend them.
Optical monitoring and tracking: Use optical sensors and high-definition cameras and other equipment to monitor, record, and track unmanned aerial vehicles in the air. Through image recognition and target tracking technology, the type, scale, and flight path of drones can be accurately determined, providing data support for subsequent defense measures.
High energy jammers and electromagnetic shielding: The use of high energy jammers can interfere with the navigation system, communication links, and remote control signals of unmanned aerial vehicles, making them unable to function properly.
The above are some common defense plans for unmanned aerial vehicle countermeasures, and specific defense plans should be customized and applied according to actual situations and needs.