Gaiacomm International develops handheld EMP gun
Gaiacomm International has developed a handheld EMP gun using terahertz waves as the output frequency.
The pulse from this gun travels at the speed of light and can be fired without any visible emanation. This gun can come in ultra-wideband or narrow-band, with the latter acting like a laser emitting a single frequency at very high power. The pulse then is directed at a specific electronic target or human.
The range of intensity is from 1 meter to 6,000 meters. The most critical component is the high-voltage pulse capacitor, which has been developed, with an output potential in the thousands of joules.
The device or devices weighs 3 pounds to 60 pounds, depending on output and range.
Source material used was taken from a paper titled: “High Power Radio Frequency Weapons: A Potential Counter to U.S. Stealth and Cruise Missile Technology,” by Lt. Col. John A. Brunderman, U.S.A.F
The EMP devices can be used in an integrated air defense role to counter high technology, deep-strike capabilities, individual targets, and or any overt or covert activities.
This product has been developed exclusively for the United States Government and its organs.
Personal use is prohibited.