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Jammers

Take Control of the RF Environment

 

LOG.IN Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) units enable the jamming of communications, GNSS and radio signals, including those of drones and their remote controllers. Using a Software Defined Radio (SDR) architecture, the jammers can generate virtually of jamming signal. The user can also import its jamming signals. The multi-channel architecture ensures that the jammer can jam multiple bands simultaneously.

 

LOG.IN jammers can be controlled manually from their GUI or remotely from a third-party system (Command and Control, C-ESM / Counter-UAS, etc.).

Using beam-switched antennas or arrays of antennas makes it possible to concentrate the jamming power toward the emitter/drone.

 

LOG.IN can offer an extensive catalogue of jamming power amplifiers and antennas to support different operational and installation requirements for the land and naval domains.

RT4201

 

1-6000 MHz Communications, Mobile Phones and Drone Jammer

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Key Features

 

  • Large Frequency Range (1-6000 MHz)

  • Up to 80 MHz Instantaneous Bandwidth

  • 2 independent channels to jam two frequency bands simultaneously

  • Ability to jam multiple bands using Time Division Multiplexing (TDM)

  • Programmable waveforms, including barrage and frequency sweep

  • Stand-alone or external control mode

  • Wide range of RF amplifiers and antennas available

  • Low SWAP (Size, Weight and Power)

  • Multiple power sources: AC, DC and NATO BB2590 batteries

  • Designed in accordance to MIL-STD-810 G for outdoor operations and installation on moving platforms

Typical Applications

 

  • Jamming of radio communication

  • systemsJamming of mobile phones

  • Counter-UAS (jamming of drones / remote controllers)

  • Verification and Validation of robustness of radio systems against ECM

  • Transportable / Mobile jamming applications

  • Tactical Jamming

Typical Installations

 

  • Ground fixed

  • On a portable telescopic mast

  • On board tactical EW vehicles

  • On board ships

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RT6201

 

1-6000 MHz Communications, Communication jammer

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Key Features

 

  • Large Frequency Range (1-6000 MHz)

  • Up to 20 MHz Instantaneous Bandwidth

  • 2 independent channels to jam two frequency bands simultaneously

  • Ability to jam multiple bands using Time Division Multiplexing (TDM)

  • Programmable waveforms, including barrage and frequency sweep

  • Stand-alone or external control mode

  • Wide range of RF amplifiers and antennas available

  • Ultra-Low SWAP (Size, Weight and Power)

  • Multiple power sources: AC, DC and NATO BB2590 batteries

  • Designed in accordance to MIL-STD-810 G for outdoor operations and installation on moving platforms

Typical Applications

 

  • Jamming of radio communication systems

  • Verification and Validation of robustness of radio systems against ECM

  • Transportable / Mobile jamming applications

 

Tactical Jamming

  • Typical InstallationsGround fixed

  • On board tactical EW vehicles

MORE INFORMATION AND DATA SHEET
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