Especially for near field scenarios, when strong transmitters are close to the RCIED receiver and the jamming system or in conferences, where mobile-phones are not allowed to be switched ON, unival offers the REACTIVE-JAMMING technology as an modular add-on feature for our digital wideband jamming systems.
- Reactive jamming scans programmed frequency ranges or sets of individual frequencies to detect signal activity
- When a potential threat frequency is detected, the jammer transmits a jamming signal against that perceived threat within nanoseconds
- Reactive jamming enables the system to focus and allocate more power on the targeted frequency, which is stronger than the current jamming signal
Since increased power on a target normally provides more reliable suppression of the RCIED, reactive jamming is more effective in defeating high-power RCIEDs. However, as many RCIED transmission signals are at power levels below the resident EM environment, reactive jamming must be coupled with active jamming system to provide full coverage against an array of high- and low-power RCIEDs.