Scalar weapons are by no means examples of the latest military technlogy. What is new, though, is the fact that governments have been using them out in the open and with more frequency than ever before.
Do not try, however, to ask a government oficial about scalar weapons because the answer wil be mute. Instead, read all about it on your own so you are not caught off guard when armed forces use them in the future.
So far, no government has officially revealed that they possess scalar weapons, however, Russia seems to be the first country to let out information about its capability regarding microwave weapons that are able to use high frequency waves to stop smart missiles and drones, among others.
Super high frequency weapons are now available to be transported on ground and airborne military vehicles, which makes this technology highly effective in combating incoming attacks from air, sea and land.
Recently, the Russian military technology company UIMC has announced the development of a microwave weapon able to deactivate drones and smart missiles within 10 kilometers, as recorded by the official Russian news agency RIA Novosti.
The “weapon of superhigh frequency”, can be transported in armored vehicles type ‘Buk’ and will be formally shown in the Army-2015 fair, which will take place between 16 and 19 June.
“This new system is equipped with a high power generator, a reflector antenna management and control system and a transmission mounted on a system of Buk anti-aircraft missiles,” an UIMC spokesman explained.
“This weapon is capable of guaranteeing a defense perimeter of 360 degrees”, he assured. He added that it is also possible to disable systems such as manned or unmanned aircraft flying at low altitude and neutralize weapons of precision guided missiles.
This is not the first time that scalar weapons are mentioned in the News, mainly because countries like Russia and the United States have been in possession of this technology for decades. Apparently, Russia alone has used scalar weapons since July 1976, when scalar transmitters first sent transmissions which disturbed communication systems.
According to researchers, Russia’s scalar transmitters made a distinct noise similar to that of a woodpecker, which is why that technology was called ‘Woodpeckers’.
The power of the enormous transmitters vary but he says they range as high as several hundred megawatts, and nominally 100 megawatts. Several nations have protested, but they still continue to this day. The Russians just spread the spectrum to shift to other frequencies periodically,” explains Biblioteca Pleyades. “Two to three scalar over the horizon radar beams from these Woodpeckers can intersect each other over USA. An intersection grid over the whole of USA is formed by waveform interference of two main Woodpecker beams. These beams follow the earth-ionosphere waveguide and curve around the planet. This is done to detect launched missiles and strategic bombers lifting off out of USA.”
The question that many people are asking is whether it is a coincidence that this announcement was made while the United States and Europe are gearing up for war against Russia, and as NATO postions itself around eastern Europe as if it were getting ready to defend itself or attack Russia.