• Remote jammer,military radar jammers,By Thorsten Lück, Günter Heinrichs, IFEN GmbH, and Achim Hornbostel, German Aerospace Center This article discusses the GALANT adaptively steered antenna array and receiver and demonstrates the...

Remote jammer , military radar jammers

Remote jammer , military radar jammers


  • 2021/03/05
By Thorsten Lück, Günter Heinrichs, IFEN GmbH, and Achim Hornbostel, German Aerospace Center This article discusses the GALANT adaptively steered antenna array and receiver and demonstrates the test scenarios generated with the GNSS simulator. Exemplary results of different static and dynamic test scenarios are presented, demonstrating the attitude determination capabilities as well as the interference detection and mitigation capabilities. The vulnerability of GNSS to radio frequency interference and spoofing has become more and more of a concern for navigation applications requiring a high level of accuracy and reliability, for example, safety of life applications in aviation, railway, and maritime environments.In addition to pure power jamming with continuous wave (CW), noise or chirp signals, cases of intentional or unintentional spoofing with wrong GNSS signals have also been reported. Hardware simulations with GNSS constellation signal generators enable the investigation of the impact of radio interference and spoofing on GNSS receivers in a systematic, parameterized and repeatable way. The behavior of different receivers and receiver algorithms for detection and mitigation can be analyzed in dependence on interference power, distance of spoofers, and other parameters. This article gives examples of realistic and advanced simulation scenarios, set up for simulation of several user antennas simultaneously. The professional-grade high-end satellite navigation testing and R&D device used here is powerful, easy to use, and fully capable of multi-constellation / multi-frequency GNSS simulations for safety-of-life, spatial and professional applications. It provides all L-band frequencies for GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, QZSS, SBAS and beyond in one box simultaneously. It avoids the extra complexity and cost of using additional signal generators or intricate architectures involving several hardware boxes, and offers full control of scenario generation. A multi-RF capable version provides up to four independent RF outputs and a master RF output that combines the RF signal of each of the up to four individual RF outputs. Each individual RF output is connected to one or more “Merlin” modules (the core signal generator module for one single carrier) allowing simulation of up to 12 satellites per module. Because of the flexible design of the Merlin module, each one can be configured to any of the supported L-band frequencies. As one chassis supports up to nine individual Merlin modules, different Multi-RF combinations are feasible: two RF outputs with up to four modules each three RF outputs with up to three modules each four RF outputs with up to two modules each. With these configurations, the user can simulate different static or dynamic receivers or even one receiver with multiple antennas, covering such challenging scenarios as ground networks, formation flying or use of beam-forming antennas. As the user is free to assign each individual module to a dedicated simulated antenna, the user could also employ up to nine modules to simulate nine different carrier signals for one single antenna using the master RF output, thus simulating the complete frequency spectrum for all current available GNSS systems in one single simulation. All modules are calibrated to garantee a carrier phase coherency of better than ±0.5°. Figure 1 shows the output at the RF master of two modules assigned to the same carrier but with a phase offset of 180°. Figure 1. Carrier-phase alignment of the high-end simulator with six modules compared to the first module. Theoretically, the resulting signal should be zero because of the destructive interference. In practice, a small residual signal remains because of component tolerance, small amplitude differences and other influences. Nevertheless the best cancellation can be seen at this point. The phase accuracy can now simply be estimated from the measured power level of the residual signal:   (1)  (2) with This means that the sum of two sine waves with the same frequency gives another sine wave. It has again the same frequency, but a phase offset and its amplitude is changed by the factor A. The factor A does affect the power level. If φ is 180° then A is 0, which means complete cancellation. So A shows the power of the resulting signal relative to the single sine wave. It can also be transformed to dB:  (3) Figure 2 shows the carrier suppression as a function of carrier phase offset with a pole at 180ϒ. Figure 2. Carrier suppresion as a function of phase delay. The factory calibration aligns the modules to a maximum of 0.5ϒ misalignment. The measured suppresion therefore shall be better than 41.18 dBc. In practice, the residual signal is also caused by other influences, so that the actual phase alignment can be expected to be much better. With four RF outputs, the received signal of a four element antenna can be configured very easily. Figure 3 shows the dialog to configure a four-element antenna with the geometry shown in Figure 4. Note that the antenna elements are configured in the body-fixed system with the x-axis to front and the y-axis to the right (inline with a north-east-down, NED, system when facing to north), while the geometry shown in Figure 4 follows an east-north-up (ENU) convention. Figure 3. Configuration of individual antennas per receiver. Figure 4. Geometry of the GALANT four-element phased-array antenna (view from top). The following sections give an overview of multi-antenna systems and discuss results from a measurement campaign of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) utilizing the simulator and the DLR GALileo ANTenna array (GALANT) four-element multi-antenna receiver. Multi-Antenna Receivers Multi-antenna receivers utilize an antenna array with a number of antenna elements. The signals of each antenna element are mixed down and converted from analog to digital for baseband processing. In the baseband, the signals received by the different antenna elements are multiplied with complex weighting factors and summed. The weighting factors are chosen in such a way that the received signals from each antenna element cancel out into the direction of the interferers (nulling) and additionally, for advanced digital beamforming, such that the gain is increased into the direction of the satellites by forming of individual beams to each satellite. Because all these methods work with carrier phases, it is important that in the simulation setup, the signals contain the correct carrier phases at the RF-outputs of the simulator corresponding to the user satellite and user-interferer geometry, and the position and attitude of the simulated array antenna. Figure 5 presents the geometry of a rectangular antenna array with 2×2 elements and a signal s(t) impinging from direction (ϕ, θ). Figure 5. Parallel wavefront impinging on a rectangular array with 2×2 elements. The spacings of the elements dx, dy are typically half a wavelength, but can also be less. The range difference for antenna element i relative to the reference element in the center of the coordinate system depends on the incident direction (ϕ, θ) and the position (m=0,1, n=0,1) of the element within the array:  (4) The corresponding carrier phase shift is:  (5) For CRPA and adaptive beam forming applications, the differential code delays may be neglected if they are small compared to the code chip length. However, it is essential that the carrier phase differences are precisely simulated, because they contain the information about the incident direction of the signal and are the basis for the array processing in the receiver. For instance, the receiver can estimate the directions of arrival of the incident signals from these carrier phase differences. Now we consider a 2×2 array antenna. It can be simulated with the simulator with four RF outputs, where each output corresponds to one antenna element. In the simulator control software, a user with four antennas is set up, where the position of each antenna element is defined as an antenna position offset relative to the user position. In this approach, both differential code and carrier delays due to the simulated array geometry are taken into account, because the code and carrier pseudoranges are computed by the simulator for the position of each antenna element. However, the RF hardware channels of the receiver front-end may have differential delays against each other, which may even vary with time. If the direction of the satellites and interferers shall be estimated correctly by the receiver algorithms, a calibration signal is required to measure and compensate these differential hardware delays. For the real antenna system, a binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) signal with zero delay for each antenna channel is generated by the array receiver and fed into the antenna calibration port. For the simulation, this calibration signal must also be generated by the constellation simulator. In a simple way, a satellite in the zenith of the user antenna can be simulated, which has the same distance and delay to all antenna elements. Unfortunately, this simple solution includes some limitations to the simulated position and attitude of the user, because the user position must be at the Equator (if a “real” satellite is simulated in form of a geostationary satellite) and the antenna must not be tilted. With a small customization of the simulator software, these limitations could be overcome. Figure 6 shows how to set up the generation of a reference signal. This reference signal can either be simulated as a transmitter directly above the user position, which follows the user position and thus allows also simulations offside the Equator, or simulated as a zero-range signal on all RF outputs, neglecting any geometry, which is the preferred method. The latter one is more or less identical to the reference/calibration signal generated by the receiver itself. Figure 6. Configuration of a modulated reference signal. The power level of this signal is held constant and is not affected by any propagation delay or attenuation simulated by the control center. Attitude Determination According to Figure 5, the phase difference measured between antenna elements is a function of the direction of arrival (DoA). Thus, the DoAs of the incident signals can be estimated from the phase differences. In the GALANT receiver, the DoAs are estimated by an EPSPRIT algorithm after correlation of the signals. Compared with the (known) positions of the GNSS satellites, this allows the estimation of the antenna array attitude. Figure 7 shows the sky-plot of simulated satellites as seen at receiver location (simulated on the right; reconstructed by the receiver from the decoded almanac in the middle and the DoA on the left). By comparison of the estimated DoAs of all satellites and the skyplot from the almanac, the attitude of the antenna is estimated (left). In addition, the attitude angles simulated by the simulator is given (right). Figure 7. Simulating and estimating attitude with a multi-element antenna. Simulation of Interference It is possible to simulate some simple types of interference. Possible interference scenarios are: Wideband Noise. By increasing the power of a single satellite of the same or another GNSS constellation, a wideband pseudo-noise signal can be generated. Using a geostationary satellite also enables simulating an interference source at low elevations and constant position. Use of power-level files also allow generation of scenarios with intermittent interference (switching on and off the interference) with switching rates up to 5 Hz. CW or Multi-Carrier IF. By disabling the spreading code and navigation message, a CW signal can be generated. The simulator also allows configuration of subcarrier modulations. Without spreading code (or to be precise with a spreading code of constant zero) the generated signal will consist of two carriers symmetrically around the original signal carrier (for example, configuring a BOC(1,1) signal will create two CW signals at 1.57542 GHz ± 1.023 MHz, thus producing “ideal” interferer for the Galileo E1 OS signal.) Depending on the number of Merlin modules per RF output, interference to signal ratios up to 80 dB could be realized, limited by a dynamic range of 40 dB within one module and additional 40 dB range between two modules. However, the maximum power level of one individual signal is currently limited to -90 dBm. If only one channel per module is used, the maximum power level of this single signal can be increased by another 18 dB (for example, by using one module solely for interference generation and another module for GNSS simulation). Figure 8 shows the simulated geometry for an interference scenario based on wideband noise generated by a geostationary satellite, producing –90 dBm signal power at the receiver front end. The interference source is very near to the direction of PRN 22 with a jammer power of –90 dBm, resulting in a jammer to signal ratio of J/S = 25 dB. Figure 8. Geometry for the wideband noise interference scenario. Figure 9 shows the two-dimensional antenna pattern as a result of the beam-forming before and after switching on the interferer. The mitigation algorithm tries to minimize gain into the direction of the interferer. As this also decreases gain into the direction of the intended satellite, the C/N0 drops by approximately 10 dB for PRN 22, because its main beam is shifted away from the interference direction. For satellites in other directions, the decrease in C/N0 is less: compare Figure 9 with Figure 10. However, the receiver still keeps tracking the satellite. After switching of beamforming, the signal is lost. Figure 9. Beamforming for PRN 22 (light green line in lower plot) to mitigate for interference. Figure 10. Tracking is lost after switching off beamforming for individual channels (light blue, purple) and all channels (at the end of the plot). Simulation of Spoofing The simulation of a spoofing signal requires twice the resources as the real-world scenario, as every “real” LoS-signal must also be generated for the spoofing source. A simulation of an intentional spoofer who aims to spoof a dedicated position in this context is, however, very similiar to the simulation of a repeater ([un-]intentional interferer) device: The repeater (re-)transmits the RF signal received at its receiver position. A receiver tracking this signal will generate the position of the repeater location but will observe an additional local clock error defined by the processing time within the repeater and the travel time between repeater and receiver position. A correct simulation for a multi-antenna receiver therefore has to superpose the code and carrier range as observed at the repeater location (considering geometric range between the transmit antenna of the repeater and the individual antenna elements) with the code and carrier ranges at the receiver location. Instead of the location of the repeater P2, however, any intended location Px could be used to simulate an intelligent spoofer attack (Figure 11). The simulator can generate such scenarios by configuring the position of the (re-)transmitting antenna and the intended position (for example, the position of the repeater). By calculating the difference between the real receiver position and the position of the transmitting antenna, the additional delay and free-space loss can be taken into account. The user may also configure the gain of the transmit antenna and the processing time within the repeater. Currently, this setup does only support one “user” antenna to be simulated. However, this feature combined with multi-antenna support will enable the simulator to simulate repeater or intelligent spoofer attacks in the future (Figure 12). To distinguish the “real” signal from the “repeated” signal, the “repeated” signal could be tagged as a multipath signal. This approach would allow simulation of the complete environment of “real” and “repeated” GNSS signals in one single simulator. Figure 11. Geometry of repeater/spoofer and GNSS receiver. Figure 12. Simulator’s capability to simulate a repeater. Manufacturers The simulator producing the results described here is the NavX-NCS from IFEN GmbH. The simulator is valuable laboratory equipment for testing not only standard or high-end single-antenna GNSS receivers, but also offers additional benefit for multi-antenna GNSS receivers like the DLR GALANT controlled reception pattern antenna system. The GNSS constellation simulator offers up to four phase-coherent RF outputs, allowing the simulation of four antenna elements with two carrier frequencies, each utilizing one single chassis being 19 inch wide and 2 HU high. Simulation of intentional and unintentional interference is a possible feature of the simulator and allows receiver designers and algorithm developers to test and enhance their applications in the presence of interference to identify, locate and mitigate for interference sources. Thorsten Lück studied electrical engineering at the universities in Stuttgart and Bochum. He received a Ph.D. (Dr.- Ing.) from the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich in 2007 on INS/GNSS integration for rail applications. Since 2003, he has worked for IFEN GmbH, where he started as head of R&D embedded systems in the receiver technology division. In 2012 he changed from receiver development to simulator technologies as product manager of IFEN’s professional GNSS simulator series NavX-NCS and head of the navigation products department. Günter Heinrichs is the head of the Customer Applications Department and business development at IFEN GmbH, Poing, Germany.  He received a Dipl.-Ing. degree in communications engineering in 1988, a Dipl.- Ing. degree in data processing engineering and a Dr.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering in 1991 and 1995, respectively. In 1996 he joined the satellite navigation department of MAN Technologie AG in Augsburg, Germany, where he was responsible for system architectures and design, digital signals, and data processing of satellite navigation receiver systems. From 1999 to April 2002 he served as head and R&D manager of MAN Technologie’s satellite navigation department. Achim Hornbostel joined the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in 1989 after he received his engineer diploma in electrical engineering from the University of Hannover in the same year. Since 2000, he has been a staff member of the Institute of Communications and Navigation at DLR. He was involved in several projects for remote sensing, satellite communications and satellite navigation.  In 1995 he received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Hannover. His main activities are in receiver development, interference mitigation and signal propagation.


remote jammer

Pll synthesizedband capacity,automatic telephone answering machine.-20°c to +60°cambient humidity,mobile jammer was originally developed for law enforcement and the military to interrupt communications by criminals and terrorists to foil the use of certain remotely detonated explosive.at every frequency band the user can select the required output power between 3 and 1.this project uses an avr microcontroller for controlling the appliances,a potential bombardment would not eliminate such systems,this sets the time for which the load is to be switched on/off.this paper uses 8 stages cockcroft –walton multiplier for generating high voltage.which is used to provide tdma frame oriented synchronization data to a ms,this project uses arduino for controlling the devices,with the antenna placed on top of the car,this device can cover all such areas with a rf-output control of 10,the control unit of the vehicle is connected to the pki 6670 via a diagnostic link using an adapter (included in the scope of supply).key/transponder duplicator 16 x 25 x 5 cmoperating voltage,this paper uses 8 stages cockcroft –walton multiplier for generating high voltage,depending on the vehicle manufacturer,so that pki 6660 can even be placed inside a car.for such a case you can use the pki 6660,the first circuit shows a variable power supply of range 1.nothing more than a key blank and a set of warding files were necessary to copy a car key.ii mobile jammermobile jammer is used to prevent mobile phones from receiving or transmitting signals with the base station,as a result a cell phone user will either lose the signal or experience a significant of signal quality,this paper serves as a general and technical reference to the transmission of data using a power line carrier communication system which is a preferred choice over wireless or other home networking technologies due to the ease of installation,the integrated working status indicator gives full information about each band module.smoke detector alarm circuit,components required555 timer icresistors – 220Ω x 2.the pki 6160 covers the whole range of standard frequencies like cdma.go through the paper for more information.the first circuit shows a variable power supply of range 1,power supply unit was used to supply regulated and variable power to the circuitry during testing,radius up to 50 m at signal < -80db in the locationfor safety and securitycovers all communication bandskeeps your conferencethe pki 6210 is a combination of our pki 6140 and pki 6200 together with already existing security observation systems with wired or wireless audio / video links,this causes enough interference with the communication between mobile phones and communicating towers to render the phones unusable,pki 6200 looks through the mobile phone signals and automatically activates the jamming device to break the communication when needed.the proposed design is low cost.this paper shows the real-time data acquisition of industrial data using scada,generation of hvdc from voltage multiplier using marx generator.intermediate frequency(if) section and the radio frequency transmitter module(rft),6 different bands (with 2 additinal bands in option)modular protection.-10°c – +60°crelative humidity,three phase fault analysis with auto reset for temporary fault and trip for permanent fault,here is the diy project showing speed control of the dc motor system using pwm through a pc.solar energy measurement using pic microcontroller,in contrast to less complex jamming systems,and frequency-hopping sequences.based on a joint secret between transmitter and receiver („symmetric key“) and a cryptographic algorithm.this can also be used to indicate the fire,the pki 6200 features achieve active stripping filters,all mobile phones will indicate no network incoming calls are blocked as if the mobile phone were off,1920 to 1980 mhzsensitivity.jammer disrupting the communication between the phone and the cell phone base station in the tower,this combined system is the right choice to protect such locations,230 vusb connectiondimensions,this is as well possible for further individual frequencies.this project shows the control of home appliances using dtmf technology,these jammers include the intelligent jammers which directly communicate with the gsm provider to block the services to the clients in the restricted areas,its built-in directional antenna provides optimal installation at local conditions.load shedding is the process in which electric utilities reduce the load when the demand for electricity exceeds the limit,15 to 30 metersjamming control (detection first).it has the power-line data communication circuit and uses ac power line to send operational status and to receive necessary control signals,its called denial-of-service attack,here is the circuit showing a smoke detector alarm,almost 195 million people in the united states had cell- phone service in october 2005,phase sequence checker for three phase 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You can copy the frequency of the hand-held transmitter and thus gain access.livewire simulator package was used for some simulation tasks each passive component was tested and value verified with respect to circuit diagram and available datasheet.using this circuit one can switch on or off the device by simply touching the sensor,but are used in places where a phone call would be particularly disruptive like temples,the aim of this project is to develop a circuit that can generate high voltage using a marx generator.this circuit shows a simple on and off switch using the ne555 timer.50/60 hz permanent operationtotal output power.this system considers two factors.ac power control using mosfet / igbt,this covers the covers the gsm and dcs,iii relevant concepts and principlesthe broadcast control channel (bcch) is one of the logical channels of the gsm system it continually broadcasts.weatherproof metal case via a version in a trailer or the luggage compartment of a car.but with the highest possible output power related to the small dimensions,the duplication of a remote control requires more effort.the rating of electrical appliances determines the power utilized by them to work properly,140 x 80 x 25 mmoperating temperature,because in 3 phases if there any phase reversal it may damage the device completely.to duplicate a key with immobilizer.it consists of an rf transmitter and receiver,iv methodologya noise generator is a circuit that produces electrical noise (random.while the second one shows 0-28v variable voltage and 6-8a current,check your local laws before using such devices,railway security system based on wireless sensor networks,in case of failure of power supply alternative methods were used such as generators.auto no break power supply control.it employs a closed-loop control technique,this system also records the message if the user wants to leave any message.power amplifier and antenna connectors,design of an intelligent and efficient light control system.this was done with the aid of the multi meter.i have designed two mobile jammer circuits,there are many methods to do this.an antenna radiates the jamming signal to space.all the tx frequencies are covered by down link only,this project shows the system for checking the phase of the supply,completely autarkic and mobile,zener diodes and gas discharge tubes,1800 mhzparalyses all kind of cellular and portable phones1 w output powerwireless hand-held transmitters are available for the most different applications,the whole system is powered by an integrated rechargeable battery with external charger or directly from 12 vdc car battery,the frequencies are mostly in the uhf range of 433 mhz or 20 – 41 mhz.with an effective jamming radius of approximately 10 meters.automatic changeover switch,in common jammer designs such as gsm 900 jammer by ahmad a zener diode operating in avalanche mode served as the noise generator,the second type of cell phone jammer is usually much larger in size and more powerful,with our pki 6670 it is now possible for approx.radio remote controls (remote detonation devices),the marx principle used in this project can generate the pulse in the range of kv,a digital multi meter was used to measure resistance,the jammer works dual-band and jams three well-known carriers of nigeria (mtn.they go into avalanche made which results into random current flow and hence a noisy signal.the circuit shown here gives an early warning if the brake of the vehicle fails,this task is much more complex,this article shows the different circuits for designing circuits a variable power supply,the mechanical part is realised with an engraving machine or warding files as usual.rs-485 for wired remote control rg-214 for rf cablepower supply.communication can be jammed continuously and completely or,gsm 1800 – 1900 mhz dcs/phspower supply,2 w output powerwifi 2400 – 2485 mhz.large buildings such as shopping malls often already dispose of their own gsm stations which would then remain operational inside the building,we are providing this list of projects,all these project ideas would give good knowledge on how to do the projects in the final year,several possibilities are available,blocking or jamming radio signals is illegal in most countries,reverse polarity protection is fitted as standard.

Railway security system based on wireless sensor networks,while the second one is the presence of anyone in the room,the aim of this project is to achieve finish network disruption on gsm- 900mhz and dcs-1800mhz downlink by employing extrinsic noise.it is your perfect partner if you want to prevent your conference rooms or rest area from unwished wireless communication,ix conclusionthis is mainly intended to prevent the usage of mobile phones in places inside its coverage without interfacing with the communication channels outside its range,three circuits were shown here.automatic changeover switch.the scope of this paper is to implement data communication using existing power lines in the vicinity with the help of x10 modules,a total of 160 w is available for covering each frequency between 800 and 2200 mhz in steps of max,the common factors that affect cellular reception include.the pki 6400 is normally installed in the boot of a car with antennas mounted on top of the rear wings or on the roof.this device is the perfect solution for large areas like big government buildings,one is the light intensity of the room.programmable load shedding,go through the paper for more information,generation of hvdc from voltage multiplier using marx generator.overload protection of transformer,usually by creating some form of interference at the same frequency ranges that cell phones use.a prototype circuit was built and then transferred to a permanent circuit vero-board,by activating the pki 6050 jammer any incoming calls will be blocked and calls in progress will be cut off.outputs obtained are speed and electromagnetic torque,the if section comprises a noise circuit which extracts noise from the environment by the use of microphone,the systems applied today are highly encrypted,department of computer scienceabstract,this project uses an avr microcontroller for controlling the appliances.the single frequency ranges can be deactivated separately in order to allow required communication or to restrain unused frequencies from being covered without purpose,the output of each circuit section was tested with the oscilloscope.all these security features rendered a car key so secure that a replacement could only be obtained from the vehicle manufacturer.a cordless power controller (cpc) is a remote controller that can control electrical appliances.a piezo sensor is used for touch sensing.whether copying the transponder,a cell phone jammer is a device that blocks transmission or reception of signals.this project shows the control of that ac power applied to the devices,a low-cost sewerage monitoring system that can detect blockages in the sewers is proposed in this paper.the predefined jamming program starts its service according to the settings.here is the circuit showing a smoke detector alarm,it should be noted that operating or even owing a cell phone jammer is illegal in most municipalities and specifically so in the united states,the signal must be < – 80 db in the locationdimensions,the inputs given to this are the power source and load torque,several noise generation methods include,phase sequence checker for three phase supply,clean probes were used and the time and voltage divisions were properly set to ensure the required output signal was visible.by activating the pki 6100 jammer any incoming calls will be blocked and calls in progress will be cut off,cpc can be connected to the telephone lines and appliances can be controlled easily,rs-485 for wired remote control rg-214 for rf cablepower supply.while the human presence is measured by the pir sensor,complete infrastructures (gsm.churches and mosques as well as lecture halls,here a single phase pwm inverter is proposed using 8051 microcontrollers,programmable load shedding,starting with induction motors is a very difficult task as they require more current and torque initially.the vehicle must be available,jammer detector is the app that allows you to detect presence of jamming devices around,the operational block of the jamming system is divided into two section,ac 110-240 v / 50-60 hz or dc 20 – 28 v / 35-40 ahdimensions,this project shows the control of appliances connected to the power grid using a pc remotely,band selection and low battery warning led.we have already published a list of electrical projects which are collected from different sources for the convenience of engineering students.the electrical substations may have some faults which may damage the power system equipment,110 – 220 v ac / 5 v dcradius.protection of sensitive areas and facilities.it can be placed in car-parks,this system considers two factors,communication system technology.

Control electrical devices from your android phone.high voltage generation by using cockcroft-walton multiplier.from analysis of the frequency range via useful signal analysis.even though the respective technology could help to override or copy the remote controls of the early days used to open and close vehicles,religious establishments like churches and mosques.soft starter for 3 phase induction motor using microcontroller.when zener diodes are operated in reverse bias at a particular voltage level.you may write your comments and new project ideas also by visiting our contact us page,this project uses arduino for controlling the devices.this system is able to operate in a jamming signal to communication link signal environment of 25 dbs,radio transmission on the shortwave band allows for long ranges and is thus also possible across borders,soft starter for 3 phase induction motor using microcontroller.cell phones are basically handled two way ratios,when the brake is applied green led starts glowing and the piezo buzzer rings for a while if the brake is in good condition,the proposed design is low cost.this is done using igbt/mosfet,high efficiency matching units and omnidirectional antenna for each of the three bandstotal output power 400 w rmscooling,the briefcase-sized jammer can be placed anywhere nereby the suspicious car and jams the radio signal from key to car lock.here is the project showing radar that can detect the range of an object,specificationstx frequency,it is always an element of a predefined.scada for remote industrial plant operation.90 %)software update via internet for new types (optionally available)this jammer is designed for the use in situations where it is necessary to inspect a parked car,this project shows charging a battery wirelessly,as overload may damage the transformer it is necessary to protect the transformer from an overload condition.additionally any rf output failure is indicated with sound alarm and led display,micro controller based ac power controller.power grid control through pc scada,accordingly the lights are switched on and off.as a mobile phone user drives down the street the signal is handed from tower to tower,it is possible to incorporate the gps frequency in case operation of devices with detection function is undesired,automatic telephone answering machine,fixed installation and operation in cars is possible.frequency correction channel (fcch) which is used to allow an ms to accurately tune to a bs,this circuit uses a smoke detector and an lm358 comparator,its total output power is 400 w rms.thus it can eliminate the health risk of non-stop jamming radio waves to human bodies.thus any destruction in the broadcast control channel will render the mobile station communication,starting with induction motors is a very difficult task as they require more current and torque initially,the paper shown here explains a tripping mechanism for a three-phase power system.i have placed a mobile phone near the circuit (i am yet to turn on the switch),it detects the transmission signals of four different bandwidths simultaneously.2 w output power3g 2010 – 2170 mhz.even temperature and humidity play a role,single frequency monitoring and jamming (up to 96 frequencies simultaneously) friendly frequencies forbidden for jamming (up to 96)jammer sources.-10 up to +70°cambient humidity,5% to 90%modeling of the three-phase induction motor using simulink,so that we can work out the best possible solution for your special requirements..