Future 5G wireless networks could provide a way to detect illicit drones. Researchers from Aalto University and Tampere University of Technology in Finland are developing techniques for drone detection in urban environments using 5G networks, which are expected to be commercially available by 2020. “Integration of multistatic radar techniques with extremely high frequency 5G infrastructure has been proposed, which partly employs radio resources for early drone detection,” the ...

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