British firm claims to develop world’s smallest anti-drone gun

British firm claims to develop world’s smallest anti-drone gun
London: Amid cutting edge technologies being introduced in latest weapons, a British firm claimed to have developed world’s smallest and lightest gun that can jam drones on the spot, saving airports and other strategic locations of a country.

According to webeenow.com, Drone Defense has named the new gun as Palladine E1000 MP, which weighs only three and a half kilograms. Just like other conventional drone jamming gun, it emits radio waves targeting the drone’s free frequency and made it confused among two signals. As the gun attack the flying object, it either gets lost or falls down.

The use of the gun is not different to other arms of this type. A user just need to point at the target and press the fire button.

It can target the drone in one kilometer range while for it a directional or multi-directional antenna can also be used.

The gun can, according to the firm, could take control of the drone and send it back to the point from where it was flown. The waterproof arm can be used for up to two hours on a single charge.