Utilizing a next generation jamming method, the DM150/151 can perform smart jamming, where only a fraction of the spectrum is being jammed, as opposed to jamming larger parts of the spectrum. There are many benefits of smart jamming, including the ability to jam drones at a safe distance, with only a few Watt output power. DM150 is without GNSS, DM151 is with GNSS.
While most jammers work independently, DM150/151 is built for collaborative jamming. Each jammer is radiating with low power, but in collaboration mode they will have a high-power effect in the target area, allowing effective defeat of drone threats. Hence the total collateral damage to the surroundings will be minimal while the effectiveness on target is optimized.
The DM150/151 Counter UAS jammer can either function in manual mode, allowing the operator to decide when to actively engage a drone threat, or it may be instantly configured to autonomous mode, which allow the jammer to actively engage drones when detected. For this, the DOBERMANN requires the WATCHDOG or WOLFPACK drone detector, which will passively detect drones in the vicinity of the protected area, and once a drone is detected, the networked DOBERMANN will automatically start jamming the drone’s control signal. The WATCHDOG and WOLFPACK networked RF sensors provide make/model information to the end-user by classifying control signals and video feeds to and from the drone.
DM150/151 is functionally like DOBERMAN 100/101, but ruggedized for use on military and civilian vehicles and vessels. The DM150/151 is designed to withstand vibration and shock of vehicles and vessels along with a range of harsh environmental conditions including dust, salt, and solar radiation.
The DOBERMANN Counter UAS jammer can be operated from MyDefence Iris or integrated into existing C2 systems through MyDefence Argos.