EMP Jammer build

Posted on Friday, January 20th, 2017 in DIY by DP


A how-to on making an EMP jammer from JunezRiyaz, project instructables here:

An electromagnetic pulse (EMP), also sometimes called a transient electromagnetic disturbance, is a short burst of electromagnetic energy. Such a pulse may occur in the form of a radiated electric or magnetic field or conducted electrical current depending on the source. EMP Jammer is a device capable of generating a transient electromagnetic disturbance that radiates outward from its epicenter, disrupting electronic devices.

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2 Responses to “EMP Jammer build”

  1. KH says:

    It may not be very powerful, but regulations-wise, this is probably a dicey thing to do in every country that has modern wireless infrastructure. “For educational purposes” may not be accepted as an excuse if there is a requirement to apply for a license prior to such experimentation. Sure, upload to Youtube and be a hero. But all it takes for escalation is just one official who wants to make an example out of you.

    • mathew says:

      helo, how about making an emp from commercial bulb tester, i’ve changed the antenna of the bulb tester and it made it more powerfull but the problem is it only make the bulb light for only 1 second, how can i make it continous? thanks

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