‘This Is a War’: Prisons Want Cell Phone Jammers to Stop Inmates from Communicating With the Outside World
Prisons want jamming technology to stop criminal activity, but critics warn there would be dire consequences if jamming was allowed to propagate.
DARPA is about to test an ocean buoy-based, harder-to-jam comms network for warplanes.
In October, American forces in the Middle East had at least two aircraft capable of jamming radio signals used by insurgents to trigger bombs on the ground.
Sporting more than a dozens antennas, the jet’s main job is to orbit above or near the battlefield and scoop up enemy communications chatter.
In the future, cyberattacks on power plants might be done with malware and flying hacker drones.
Working with Gramazio Kohler Research, these guys are changing how we think about infrastructure.
Cars honked relentlessly, and their bewildered owners stood around the full parking lot, unable tao enter their vehicles.
It's one of the greater ironies of today's remote warfare.