PLATH AG

Jamming products

AJS-40C Compact Automatic Communication Jamming System

30 to 500 MHz

Allows follower jamming of fast frequency hoppers

The Compact Automatic Communication Jamming System AJS-40C operates in the VHF/ UHF band with a maximum RF output power of 300 W.

With an instantaneous bandwidth of 40 MHz (optionally up to 200 MHz) and quick response time, the AJS-40C is ideally suited for spectrum monitoring, signal detection and fast responsive jamming. Automatic and manual jamming modes are available, applying narrowband as well as wideband jamming signals. The AJS-40C can be flexibly deployed thanks to its rack integration within a sturdy transport case.

AJS-40P Portable Automatic Communication Jamming System

30 to 500 MHz

Portable automatic jamming system complete with tablet PC for system control, omnidirectional RX/TX antenna, and back carrier

The Portable Automatic Communication Jamming System AJS-40P allows follower jamming and operates in the VHF/UHF band with a maximum RF output power of 100 W.

With an instantaneous bandwidth of 40 MHz and quick response time, the AJS-40P is ideally suited for spectrum monitoring, signal detection and fast responsive jamming. Automatic and manual jamming modes are available, applying narrowband as well as wideband jamming signals. Due to its moderate weight and its compact and sturdy design, the AJS-40P can be easily transported by means of the provided back carrier.

EagleEye 320 Advanced Counter-UAV System

Compact high performance surveillance and jamming system against small, mini and micro UAVs

The EagleEye 320 advanced counter-UAV system protects sensitive areas like event venues, military camps or critical infrastructure against illegal intrusion of small UAVs.

The system is designed to detect UAVs at long ranges and it offers electronic countermeasures to minimize the risk of collateral damage.

EagleEye 320 uses X-band radar, thermal and visible light cameras, and an optional radio surveillance sensor to detect and identify UAVs at ranges up to several kilometers. Once the threat has been identified a jammer is used to interrupt the link between UAV and pilot and/or its navigation.