Electronic countermeasure equipment wireless signal jammer
Signal jamming equipment is an electronic countermeasure equipment used to generate and transmit jamming signals to disrupt and disrupt enemy radio communications.
According to the interference spectrum width, it is divided into targeting communication jamming equipment and blocking communication jamming equipment. According to the working band, it is divided into long-wave, medium-wave, short-wave, ultra-short-wave and microwave communication interference equipment. According to the mode of transportation, it is divided into ground (portable, placed, vehicle-mounted), airborne, shipborne and throwing communication jamming equipment. The radio communication equipment can also be used as a communication interference device by adding a communication interference adder.
A signal jammer is an electronic device that transmits or retransmits electronic jamming signals to disrupt or deceive enemy electronic devices, reducing their effectiveness or even failing.
Electronic equipment that emits electromagnetic waves to disrupt or disrupt the normal operation of enemy communications and radar equipment.
Jammers are divided into: clutter jammers that transmit pure clutter or clutter modulated signals to suppress enemy electronic equipment, blur the communication signal, or obstruct the radar target echo and lose the ability to detect signals to receive the enemy After the signal is properly processed and forwarded, false signals are used to deceive, confuse, and destroy the normal operation of the enemy's electronic equipment.
Jammers can be deployed on the ground, vehicles, ships, aircraft and missiles. According to the usage, it is divided into multiple use and one-time use (throwing) jammers. The working frequency band of the jammer has been extended from centimeter wave and millimeter wave to infrared and laser frequency band, and it is developing in the direction of increasing transmission power, creating effective jamming patterns, using computer adaptive control and phased array technology.