While the US military continues to develop new and awesome ways of blowing aerial drones to smithereens, not many of these systems can easily be adapted to use in the civilian realm. That’s why Battelle has developed the DroneDefender, a shoulder-mounted rifle that knocks UAVs offline with a barrage of radio waves.
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ARRL Hudson Division Director Mike Lisenco, N2YBB, testified Thursday (January 25) before a session of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and T... Read more
Digital Modem can encode/decode BPSK31/63, RTTY, QPSK and CWmodes without PC, specially for portable digital communication。With its internal high perf... Read more
The emerging wireless power transmission (WPT) technology and associated applications came in for closer scrutiny during the May/June meeting of Inter... Read more
ARRL will have two exhibits at the the QSO Today Ham Expo. One will offer opportunities to meet ARRL Lab engineers, who will answer questions and shar... Read more
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AMSAT’s Engineering and Operations Teams have announced that AO-109 (RadFxSat-2/AMSAT Fox-1E) is now open for amateur use. AMSAT advises operators to... Read more