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CHAMP: Microwave Pulse (EMP) Missile

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The Boeing Phantom Works’ Counter-electronics High-powered Microwave Advanced Missile Project (CHAMP) sends out electromagnetic pulses to disable any electronics in a wide area.

In this occasional series, the National Post tells you everything you need to know about a complicated issue. Today, Stephen Starr looks at technology that fires electronic-disabling microwaves — not warheads

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EMdrive Microwave Propulsion

The Emdrive is an electromagnetic drive that would generate thrust from a closed system — “impossible” say some experts.

Principle of Operation

At first sight the idea of propulsion without propellant seems impossible. However the technology is firmly anchored in the basic laws of physics and following an extensive review process, no

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Airborne Microwave Weapon Destroys Electronics

In modern warfare, where missions are sometimes over in minutes, a blind enemy is a defeated enemy. The electromagnetic pulse from a nuclear weapon detonated miles above ground would zap an army’s surveillance equipment, but not without causing heavy collateral damage. Instead, a new Air Force tool will fry electronics using high-power microwaves

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Airborne Microwave Weapon

THE Pentagon’s enthusiasm for non-lethal crowd-control weapons appears to have stepped up a gear with its decision to develop a microwave pain-infliction system that can be fired from an aircraft.

The device is an extension of its controversial Active Denial System, which uses microwaves to heat the surface of the skin, creating a

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Microwave Gun Tested on Fake Protesters

The Pentagon has been developing a raygun which can harmlessly repel enemies by causing a burning sensation in the top layer of the skin. However, according to CBS’s 60 Minutes, the military is unwilling to actually trust this weapon enough to deploy it in Iraq.

“We are now stepping into the Buck Rogers scenario,” explained

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