Man carry solution to eliminate radio controlled threats • Mod.: PJS-100
PJS-100 compact jammer system is a versatile and compact solution designed to counter the threat of radio-controlled improvised explosive devices (RCIEDs) within a range of 20-30 meters. Equipped with three distinct submodules, each with an output power of up to 15W, this system is well-suited for deactivating RCIEDs and related activities.

Terrorists often use radio frequencies to activate planted IEDs using commonly available RF-controlled devices such as remote control toys, cars, boats, airplanes, car alarms, garage doors, homemade radio emitters, and walkie-talkies. The PJS-100 jammer is an electronic countermeasure equipment specifically designed to combat the threat posed by RCIEDs.

PJS-100 transmits an RF signal on the same frequency as the target transmission, thereby preventing the receiver from receiving the correct signals initiated by the transmitter. For optimal jamming effectiveness, the system must transmit an RF signal with at least three times more power output than the target transmission.

By default, the unit operates across relevant frequency bands for cellular network jamming. Additionally, the system employs channel-selective jamming, which is based on real-time measurement of up-link carrier RF signals used by adjacent cellular base station sites. This feature enables the system to jam up to 16 of the strongest carrier signals originating from different cellular networks, thereby significantly enhancing the overall jammer performance.
• Walkie-Talkie Radios: CB, HF, LB, UHF300, UHF400/450/500, UHF700/800 and VHF
• TETRA, Cellular CDMA/TDMA, CDMA2000 (3G), GSM, UMTS, CDMA450
• Cordless phones, Amateur Radios
• GPS (L2), GPS (L1) & Satellite
• Thuraya, Iridium, Odyssey
• WLAN IEEE 802.16 and WiMAX
• Radio Controlled Toys, vehicle Walkie-Talkies, RF bugs, Remote controls
• Bluetooth & Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz
Frequency band: 20 MHz to 6 GHz;
Sub bands: 20 to 100 MHz; 100-200 MHz; 200 to 500 MHz; 500 to 2100 MHz; GSM Band 900; GSM band 1800; 2.1-3 GHz; 3-6 GHz;
Output power: low, medium and high;
Protected coverage: up to 25-30 m;
Output power, 20 to 2100 MHz: 15 W;
Output power, GSM 900 and 1800: 15 W;
Output power, 2,1-6GHz: 15 W;
Band Sweep: each sub-band has an independent receiver and exciter;
Operating temperature: -10ºC to 55ºC;
Battery: lithium-metal battery;
Protections: Reverse Polarity, Surge Current, Over-voltage, Antenna settings, Temperature, Overload;
Weight: 25 Kg with battery;
Type of antenna: Directional and Omni;
Management and control: Win OS Notebook with preloaded SW suite, over Ethernet
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