China Develops First Stirling Engine-based Microwave Weapon

A team of Chinese scientists has pioneered the first high-powered microwave emitter based on a Stirling engine, which can be utilised as an anti-drone weapon.

The team successfully integrated four compact Stirling engines and an innovative high-conductivity strip to cool the device’s components, reducing energy consumption by 80% compared to traditional technologies.

The Chinese high-powered emitter generates a magnetic field with a strength of four Teslas, slightly less than half the magnetic field strength of the Large Hadron Collider and 68,000 times stronger than the Earth’s magnetic field.

This device can be employed to disrupt drones, military aircraft, and even satellites.

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