Defense One : Les drones tirant des rayons micro-ondes pourraient être les tueurs de drones de demain

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S’éloigner des tubes à vide rend les armes à micro-ondes plus petites et plus intelligentes.

The military has been looking at a variety of ways to take down swarms of enemy drones, from hacking and jamming to lasers deployed on ships and trucks. Directed microwave energy has emerged as a promising option, but the bulkiness of conventional microwave weapons makes them a pain to lug around, and they aren’t as precise as necessary for an environment with friendly and enemy drones.  LINK TO ARTICLE