The recent incidents of drone surveillance from Pakistan have prompted the Indian Army to install two systems including quadcopter jammers and multi-shot guns on the Line of Control (LoC).

“The Army has installed quadcopter jammers, called aqua jammers, on the Line of Control and they are supported by multi shot guns. The aqua jammers have an efficacy up to a height of 4,900 metres. These aqua jammers snap the connectivity of enemy drone with its operator across the border before freezing it. The subsequent action is followed by another by multi shot guns mounted on multi weapon platform to bring it down. The two machines are operated by as many soldiers,” said defence sources.

The aqua jammer can detect drone signal up to a range of 5km.

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About multi weapon platform, sources said, “Three guns mounted on it…