MIL EM Pulse and Directed High Intensity Microwaves

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  1. LowkeyG

    LowkeyG OT Supporter

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    What do you guys know about advancements in these type of weapons....

    also more specifically, what do you know about defensive techniques and electronic hardening which is currently availiable?

    How are bases you have served at protected from EM pulses? How about planes, ships and tanks?

    Any info would be appreciated
     
  2. EYOB

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    1: I don't know shit

    2: Why are you asking these questions ??

    3: Have you tried searching the net for this info ??
     
  3. Jyokker

    Jyokker The trouser snake is very aggressive. It will corn

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    All information on that topic is top secret. Here is what I can show you...

    Click Here
     
  4. LowkeyG

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    You've seen my political posts... I'm obviously a terrorist :rolleyes:

    There is not a lot of info availiable on the web on this topic actually

    I'm looking at starting a company specializing in hardening command and control electronics, avionics systems, and in the future even tracked vehicles and extensive hardening of all base electronics... using a proprietary technology

    I'm not sure of what is currently in use in terms of hardening (I do know it is extremely bulky and expensive) and I'm trying to get an idea of how big the potential market could be to see if it is feasible to get this technology on the market.
     
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    Thanks for the help.....


    Guess this isn't the place to be asking about stuff like this
     
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    Currently in testing but the Air force general overseeing this subject has stated "Unless it's safe to test against our own citizens we will not deploy it oversea's".

    This kind of "crowd control" is design to heat up the skin and make it feel like you are on fire. In doing so makeing the person move to a new location or face intense and rapid pain.

    EM pulse is a EMP (Electro, magnetic, pulse). Which.. shorts out electrical circuts and what not. Some were used in Gulf war 2. Pretty neat shit they did you make them and what not.

    Thats what I can tell you off the top of my head on the 2 subjects. They are both being field tested I believe, but I am probably wrong for the crowd control DHIM. EMP's tho have been evolving for over a decade as a battlefield weapon though.
     
  7. LowkeyG

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    :cool:

    Actually, the microwaves I am referring to are HPM's as seen in this article:
    http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/munitions/hpm.htm

    similar to emp's
     
  8. EYOB

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    Actually, I have no clue who are you, and don't recall reading your posts.
     
  9. EYOB

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    :wtf:

    Why the hell would you ask such a question to anyone, let alone in this forum, when the info in that link starts off with:

    "Due to classification restrictions, details of this work are relatively unknown outside the military community and its contractors."
     
  10. LowkeyG

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    :ugh:

    I'm obviously looking for publically available information that soldiers would be far more likely to know than I would...

    If you "don't know shit", your best bet is to stay out of this thread... :rolleyes:
     
  11. smokie700

    smokie700 right near da beach, Boiiiii

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    there is this thing called OPSEC. Just because we are soldiers doesn't mean we can talk freely about classified things.
     
  12. EYOB

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    Are you fucking retarded ??

    SHUT THE FUCK UP !!
     
  13. LowkeyG

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    The key word here is classified

    I am not asking for information of that type
     
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    :ugh:

    Pathetic :rolleyes:
     
  15. darnit

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    LOwkey,
    ok, your obviously "not in the know" and with the type of attitude you display, you probably wont be.
    Any information you find on the net, is all you need to know unless your a contractor.
    Here is a bit of buissness advice.
    1. Have a company
    2. Have an Idea
    3. Have a military use for the idea
    4. Have lost of liquid cash.
    5. Have a working model
    6. Buy some lobbyist
    7. Get a few contacts through them that allow you to talk to some people.
    8. Give a couple hundred Demos over dinners and lunches you pay for.
    9. Pray

    If you have no clue or concept what we are doing the steps above are about the ony real way to get a military contract.
    Most folks that have a military weapons/system contract were prior or have someone on thier staff that is.
    I retire in 2 years, my starting consultation fee is 250k. plus expenses.
     
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    We are not always free to discuss non classified items either.
     
  17. Jyokker

    Jyokker The trouser snake is very aggressive. It will corn

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    :werd:
    Just because it is unclassified doesn't mean we can talk about it.
    Plus you would attract more bees with honey.
     
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    ManinCamo I wear big boy pants.

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    so like...

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    :cliffs:

    That pic is about as random as the number 98.
     
  20. EYOB

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    What does GTF0 mean ??

    :joshers:
     
  21. LowkeyG

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    I wasn't aware of restrictions on non-classified information....

    I came in here asking fairly politely, don't know what more I could have done to honey up my thread....

    thanks anyways
     
  22. LowkeyG

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    Still trying to figure out this attitude... what did I say or do negatively prior to being needlessly attacked for being an outsider... :rolleyes:


    1) We've been incorporated since 04
    2) The idea is a proprietary electronic hardening technology
    3) the military use for the idea is to harden sensitive equipment to withstand EMP and HPM attacks with a system far less expensive and more usable than current tech
    4) Financing comes after I am able to get some idea of the feasibility of this project
    5) Working model is part of the reason I made this thread...
    6) not near that stage yet
    7) I am meeting with a former head of NATO on Oct 5th, and a former high-ranking official of a mid size defence contractor shortly thereafter.
    8) Not at the stage
    9) always

    Thanks for the advice, but if I didn't know that stuff I wouldn't be posting in this thread.

    I simply wanted to get an idea of what kind of publicly known developments were currently going on within the military, and I figured the soldiers whom this product would ultimately support would be a good start....
     
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    Read up more first
     

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