Now You Can Take Off Your Tin Foil Hat

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    Now You Can Take Off Your Tin Foil Hat

    Do you want to take off your tin foil hat and relax? Then you need the new Anti-drone system for your home.

    Very interesting to me because I was in the drone industry for years and worked in the Electronic Countermeasures industry for years before that.

    Fact: For every threat, someone will design a counter-threat.

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    Now You Can Take Off Your Tin Foil Hat

    I love it, I wonder what this device will actually do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavydeads View Post
    I love it, I wonder what this device will actually do?
    Launches SAM's. Supposedly a senator from California is preparing a bill calling for its ban.
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    Electronic jamming is already banned by FCC.
    By the way it not tin foil hats when it is true. They are using them here.

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    If possessing the means to protect your life can be banned, protecting your privacy has no chance at all!
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    Ordering the device puts you on a watch list.
    People on the list are taken to where they never have to worry about drones again.

    Works beautifully.
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    Folks I can just see the fall out by the Feds if a person were to be caught jamming a drone. I am quite sure it is presently against some FCC rule and if not will be shortly.
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    I briefly scanned the article, which states there is no jamming and nothing that can interfere with navigation/control. So, my guess it is something that renders the optics useless, not permanently, not by causing damage, but probably something along the lines of "blinding" with civilian grade lasers.

    I wonder if it will work with radar imaging as well. It will need to at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aogiss View Post
    I briefly scanned the article, which states there is no jamming and nothing that can interfere with navigation/control. So, my guess it is something that renders the optics useless, not permanently, not by causing damage, but probably something along the lines of "blinding" with civilian grade lasers.

    I wonder if it will work with radar imaging as well. It will need to at some point.
    Would not "blinding" be a form of jamming? Doesn't jamming cover the full gammet? Anything that would prevent the observer from seeing the actual target? Just a thought.
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    Drone Skeet.jpg

    Old Fashioned methods work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene83 View Post
    Launches SAM's. Supposedly a senator from California is preparing a bill calling for its ban.
    Ya anything that will give us the upperhand they want to ban it. Go figure.

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    I sure hope that expensive, silvery metal roof I had installed helps!
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    If you give your house a tinfoil lining on the inside of your roof. Then let feral pigeons loose in your attic with reflective foil streamers attached to their tails it will keep the drones from locking in on your heat signiature. It's gotta be true, I read it on the internet. You know they can't put anything on the internet that isn't true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by velo99 View Post
    If you give your house a tinfoil lining on the inside of your roof. Then let feral pigeons loose in your attic with reflective foil streamers attached to their tails it will keep the drones from locking in on your heat signiature. It's gotta be true, I read it on the internet. You know they can't put anything on the internet that isn't true.
    Someones been watching too much TV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavydeads View Post
    I love it, I wonder what this device will actually do?
    I would settle for this device to A) Lock Drones heading B) Drone flies till it runs OUT OF FUEL and crashes or C) Drone crashes into Chem Trail Plane like a SAM.
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