C4iSR: Air

China’s SZMID highlights handheld C-UAV system

06 January 2019

The DZ-02 Pro Portable Jammer Gun is designed to defeat small UAVs at distances of up to 1 km. Source: SZMID

Shen Zhou Ming Da High Technology Co Ltd (SZMID), a Beijing-based company specialising in radio frequency (RF) detection and jamming technology for counter unmanned aerial vehicle (C-UAV) applications, is eyeing export opportunities for its indigenously developed DZ-02 Pro Portable Jammer Gun.

The DZ-02 Pro is intended to counter commercial multirotor and small fixed-wing UAVs, and can disrupt satellite navigation signals - BeiDou Galileo, GLONASS, and GPS systems - as well as RF communications in the 1.56 Mhz-1.62 GHz, 2.4-2.483 GHz, and 5.725-5.85 GHz wavelengths up to a maximum range of 1 km.

The system weighs 4.8 kg including the battery and has an overall length of 750 mm with its adjustable stock retracted, a height of 300 mm including the optical sight, and a thickness of 60 mm. It comprises a single RF antenna featuring a vertical and horizontal V-plane of 60° and a total power output of 15 W with this distributed evenly among its three RF channels.

According to SZMID, the DZ-02 Pro is designed to cause a target to hover in place until its power is depleted or activate its return-home protocol.

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