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Cobham Antenna Systems: Countering the Unlawful Use of Drones

May 4, 2017

Cobham Antenna Systems: Countering the Unlawful Use of Drones - RF Cafe

Newmarket, United Kingdom: Cobham Antenna Systems, a market-leading antenna manufacturer, draws on its vast range of resources to provide antenna solutions for systems designed to compromise the unlawful use of drones. A selection of these antennas will be on display on the Cobham Booth, #1631, at AUVSI's XPONENTIAL 2017, 8-11 May, Dallas, USA.

The range consists of four main types of antenna which can be combined or configured in arrays for a multitude of scenarios. The antenna types are: Wideband Omni-Directional; Directional Helix, Directional Flat Panel; High Power Ultra-Wideband Directional. The antenna combinations will depend on the method of countering Drones, from straight forward jamming, to spoofing and direction finding. Cobham can help to offer the optimum solution.

Wideband Omni-Directional antennas can be used for general surveillance applications as well as high power jamming. Multiple wideband omnis can be phase or amplitude matched for use in Direction-Finding (DF) arrays.

Directional Helix antennas provide high gain and efficiency while reducing interference with nearby systems. Two bands can be contained within one unit and circular polarisation allows for the monitoring or countering of any threat.

Directional Flat Panel antennas provide high gain in a small unit size especially for higher frequencies. They can be used for monitoring or signal denial and are available in linear or circular polarisations depending on application.

High Power Ultra-Wideband Directional antennas can cover multiple bands within a single unit providing up to 10dBi gain. High power (100W) and circular polarisation provides a powerful combinations of features.

To discuss your requirements for compromising the unlawful use of drones or for more information, variants or datasheets please contact newmarket.sales@cobham.com or phone +44 (0)1638 732177.

About Cobham Antenna Systems

Providing peace of mind with resilient data transmission solutions for mission critical operations.

We are a market-leading supplier of advanced, ultra-reliable integrated systems for avionics, radar, surveillance and Satcom applications.

Though continual innovation we are able to supply highly resilient, totally dependable solutions with low through-life costs that deliver outstanding performance and outstanding value.

About Cobham

The most important thing we build is trust.

We protect lives and livelihoods with our differentiated technology and know-how, operating with a deep insight into customer needs and agility. Our innovative range of technologies and services solve challenging problems in harsh environments across commercial, defence and security markets, from deep space to the depths of the ocean, specialising in meeting the growing demand for data, connectivity and bandwidth.

We employ more than 12,000 people on five continents, and have customers and partners in over 100 countries, with market leading positions in: wireless, audio, video and data communications, including satellite communications; defence electronics; air-to-air refuelling; aviation services; life support and mission equipment.

Contact:

Cobham Antenna Systems
Malcolm Ware
Head of Business Development
Cobham Antenna Systems
Newmarket, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1638 732177
E-Mail: malcolm.ware@cobham.com

Website: www.european-antennas.co.uk

 

 

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