The RC jammer is a device that can interfere with your aircraft’s radio control signal and will prevent you from controlling your model if it is within range. Some models, however, cannot be controlled by the monitoring jammer due to their design or flight characteristics.
The multicopter is a type of flying machine that can fly in all directions. It can fly up, down, left, right, forward and backward at the same time. Therefore, it cannot be controlled by any monitoring jammers because there is no specific direction where it should go. The multicopter has mastered all directions.
Some models of V-tail aircraft are not compatible with the monitoring jammer. This is because the design of a V-tail aircraft does not allow it to be flown remotely by a transmitter or receiver, so it cannot be forced to land by the jammer. The best way to determine if your model is compatible is to check with the manufacturer.
Ultra-light aircraft: These are small airplanes with two propellers and wings that make them much more maneuverable than other models. This makes them harder to jam because they can avoid detection by changing directions quickly or flying at low altitudes where radar signals cannot reach them easily.
The best way to determine if your model is compatible is to check with the manufacturer. If you have a model that uses 2.4GHz, make sure you are using the correct frequency (2.4GHz), modulation (DSSS or CCK), power level and antenna length/directionality.
If your model uses 900MHz or 2.4GHz technology then you may need to get an amplifier for it as well as a jammer which can be used for both frequencies at the same time!
If you are planning to use the AR.Drone 2.0 for FPV flying, we recommend checking out our guide on how to perform a range test. This is a good place to start when considering what models can be controlled by the monitoring jammer and which ones cannot. It is always better to be safe than sorry!