China’s Poly Technologies has developed the LANU-M1 vehicle-mounted counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (C-UAV) system.
The LANU is designed to be installed on the roof of any vehicle and is claimed to provide on-the-move protection against small UAVs.
It can cover three frequency bands, which comprise band 1 (2,400 to 2,485 MHz), band 2 (5,725 to 5,850 MHz), and band 3 (1,559 to 1,620 MHz).
These cover 360° in the azimuth, with band 1 and 2 covering 75° and band 3 covering 90° in elevation. Band 1 and 2 have a range of up to 1,000 m and band 3 is effective out to 2,000 m.
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