Russia Launches Upgraded UAV Jammer LPD-802
The Russian company PPSh Labs has unveiled an electronic warfare gun capable of jamming "American drones," TASS said. The St. Petersburg-based company is testing the LPD-802 gun, an upgraded version of the LPD-801 used in the Ukraine conflict.
The company launched the LPD-801 in 2021. The anti-drone device interferes with "drone control channels and navigation signals, specifically disabling Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS, Galileo and Glonass satellite system signals, and cancels unauthorized data transmissions." Stronger interference Capability, Endurance Compared to its predecessor, the LPD-802 has an additional interference band that suppresses satellite navigation channels.
Additionally, the LPD-802 can operate in both automatic and manual modes and has a larger battery storage capacity that provides approximately 60 minutes of uninterrupted operation. Additional Features The design of the device is similar to that of a standard magazine carbine, with an antenna instead of a barrel and a battery storage instead of a magazine. The 3.5 kg (7.71 lb) anti-drone cannon can jam targets at distances up to 1.5 km (0.93 mi), emitting up to 10 watts of radiation.