Hi everyone! I know that those are some kind of wireless signals but nothing more about them. Can those two be jammed by any of the jammers?
asked Mar 09 '12 at 07:20
DSM and DSM2 are both radio protocols used by the company called Spektrum as part of their high-tech remote controls for various UAVs, from small toy helicopters to big surveillance drones. DSM and DSM2 both use WiFi 2.4GHz band as their main operating frequency range, giving you quickly responding and comfortable control over any surveillance drone or kid's toy.
Here is how it works. First of all the receiver bounds to the transmitter and then uses its unique identification code to control the selected UAV. After the first switch on of the transmitter it finds two spare channels and then uses them both at the same time. Receiver searches for the unique code in the channels to find those two selected by the transmitter. If one channel is jammed then the system will use other one.
As you can see, Spektrum thought over their remote controls pretty well and their technology allows surveillance drone owners to work with their UAVs in the best way. Still if you are shadowed by such surveillance drone you can block the signal of Spektrum DSM and DSM2 thus making flying UAV helpless without the control of its owner and stopping the harassment you were suffering.
answered Mar 09 '12 at 07:41