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Legally Shooting Down Eavesdropping Drones

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2 minutes ago, Sky Cat said:

They must try fly over my place.  Electronic warfare works both ways! :chuckle:

Funny enough, I actually designed a little EMP round for a 12 gauge shell, unfortunately I need to find a couple "exotic" materials to make it have a more effective field strength and range than what I currently have. (the field size is decent but the magnetic flux density is far too low) 

8 minutes ago, Walk Softly said:

That's a hell of a round there, rabid!

I certainly wouldn't want to be on the wrong side of the shotgun with that round in there. lol They make some wicked rounds nowadays, that's for sure!

:cheers:

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7 minutes ago, RabidWolf said:

Funny enough, I actually designed a little EMP round for a 12 gauge shell, unfortunately I need to find a couple "exotic" materials to make it have a more effective field strength and range than what I currently have. (the field size is decent but the magnetic flux density is far too low) 

I certainly wouldn't want to be on the wrong side of the shotgun with that round in there. lol They make some wicked rounds nowadays, that's for sure!

:cheers:

Sounds interesting!  I'm all out of green at the moment, sorry.

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3 hours ago, RabidWolf said:

Funny enough, I actually designed a little EMP round for a 12 gauge shell, unfortunately I need to find a couple "exotic" materials to make it have a more effective field strength and range than what I currently have. (the field size is decent but the magnetic flux density is far too low) 

I certainly wouldn't want to be on the wrong side of the shotgun with that round in there. lol They make some wicked rounds nowadays, that's for sure!

:cheers:

Try rare earth magnets... ebay sells them pretty cheap! They are the essential element of an effective EMP device.

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4 minutes ago, Millevolt said:

Try rare earth magnets... ebay sells them pretty cheap! They are the essential element of an effective EMP device.

Yup! I have quite an assortment of neodymium magnets. Never got them off ebay. I go through these folks and have been happy with their products and customer service. https://www.magnet4less.com/ 

Unfortunately, they are quite brittle and tend to fracture/shatter instantly upon firing. (I am currently toying with encapsulating them in epoxy to minimize the fracturing)

Opps! I wandered off topic a bit here! Sorry Sky Cat!

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11 hours ago, RabidWolf said:

Yup! I have quite an assortment of neodymium magnets. Never got them off ebay. I go through these folks and have been happy with their products and customer service. https://www.magnet4less.com/ 

Unfortunately, they are quite brittle and tend to fracture/shatter instantly upon firing. (I am currently toying with encapsulating them in epoxy to minimize the fracturing)

Opps! I wandered off topic a bit here! Sorry Sky Cat!

Hey, no worries, carry on, it's good conversation.  BTW, there are other ways of frying electronics (other than EMP.) :chuckle: [No, I will not go into the details in public.]

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23 minutes ago, YourMom2 said:

Frequency. Did someone say "jam" ??

Paging Mr. Spock!

It's possible to 'go beyond' jamming.

:vFpL81r:

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