How to avoid Drone Jammer?


I was wonder if there are any way to avoid the Drone Jammers. HL works at 2.4ghz so will be affected.

What about the Here+ GPS? can be affected?


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The best way to defeat a Jammer is to understand how they work.
99% of them jam the 2.4 and 5.8Ghz frequencies.

So don’t fly using those frequencies would be a good start.
You can build drones to fly using 900Mhz, 433Mhz, 72Mhz and 27Mhz
I have never worried about jamming but I have used all of those frequencies before.

If the jammer is blocking GPS then you have a more complex problem.
You would need an Optical sensor to hold your position.

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Thanks! thats is was I thinking, to use a DragonLink 433MHz and 1.3GHz video signal.

About the GPS, you are right, Im going to find a more efective distance sensor to get more high without GPS.

1.3 GHz is third harmonic of 433 MHz which would require a filter and operation in the 433 band requires license. I assume that isn’t an issue since you are looking to avoid jammers.

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thanks, what kind of filter do you mean? Can you send me a link?


You will need low pass filter for 433 MHz. It only allows the 433 signal out while attenuating the higher harmonic frequencies. Other option is to go with a 2.4 GHZ video system.

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