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04 Aug 2022

Claw ECS RF Inhibition Solutions

The Claw Directional Inhibitor is a self-contained inhibitor system that combines the (RF) power with a highgain multi-band directional antenna system. The Claw Inhibitor comprises of dual mast-mount units covering the 433MHz, GNSS, 915MHz, 2.4GHz and 5.8GHz ISM frequency bands with RF output powers to the antennas of up to 83W. With an aggregated RF output power to the antennas of up to 150W. The Claw system disrupts the control, navigation and telemetry links used by UAS and can be customised for end-user requirements. Claw is a secure fully self-contained, compact system with no external signal processing or Power Amplification modules required, which insulates the solution from third-party interference and aids integration into multiple sensor systems. The Claw System comprises the following: • Directional antenna enclosures • Two SDR directional inhibitor units • Either 2 AC, or 1 DC Power Supply Units • Claw positioning head 





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