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Korean firm showcases Wolf-II counter-unmanned aircraft system

Duta Technology showcases its Wolf-II handheld drone jammer at ADEX 2023 in Seoul. (Janes/Amit Kalra)

South Korean company Duta Technology displayed its Wolf-II handheld counter-unmanned aircraft system (C-UAS) at the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition (ADEX) 2023, which ended on 22 October.

Speaking to Janes , Junsu Choi, managing director of Duta Technology, said the Wolf-II is the second generation of the Wolf handheld C-UAS and provides a soft-kill solution by disrupting command-and-control (C2) links or global navigation satellite services (GNSS) signals.

The Wolf-II provides enhanced detection and jamming range as compared with its predecessor Wolf-I. An undisclosed number of Wolf-II handheld C-UASs have already been delivered to the Republic of Korea Armed Forces, Junsu said.

According to Duta Technology, the Wolf-II weighs 6 kg, has an azimuth coverage of 20°, and an elevation coverage of 15°. The jammer is effective at disrupting the GNSS navigation signals up to a range of 1 km and jamming radio frequencies of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) up to a range of 900 m.

The Wolf-II C-UAS features an ingress protection against dust and water and confirms to IP65 rating. It is operable within temperature ranges of -32°C to 55°C.

The Wolf-II system is powered by two batteries that enable the system to operate continuously for one hour.

A complete Wolf-II system includes a handheld Wolf-II jammer, two batteries, a battery charger, a hard case for storage and transportation, a scope with 40 mm lens having 3–9x magnification, and a tripod.

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