Jamming of Spread Spectrum Communications Used in UAV Remote Control Systems is a Master’s thesis by Karel Pärlin from the Tallinn University of Technology.

The thesis proposes a UAV neutralization system that uses a hybrid spread spectrum system model incorporating direct sequencing and frequency hopping. Various jamming techniques are simulated and evaluated, and the protocol-aware jamming technique is selected based on simulation results and literature. The system is developed using a software defined radio platform, and successfully neutralizes two commonly used UAV remote control systems. By utilizing the protocol-aware jamming technique, the developed system can jam the targeted signal with only a few decibels more power than the original signal received by the receiver.

Publication Date: 2017

Jamming of Spread Spectrum Communications Used in UAV Remote Control Systems contains the following major sections:

  • Introduction
  • Background
  • Simulations of Jamming Techniques
  • Protocol-Aware Jammer
  • Conclusion and Future Work

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Author: Karel Pärlin

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